Fellowship awarded: 2023
Elizabeth Crespi, MPH, is a first-year doctoral student in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering. Advised by Dr. Paul Ferraro, she is in the Environmental Sustainability, Resilience, and Health track. She earned a bachelor of science degree in Public Health and Biology from Johns Hopkins University, as well as an MPH and a Certificate in Food Systems, the Environment and Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Lizzie’s previous work has focused on building a more sustainable and equitable food system in Baltimore City through urban agriculture. She also has experience conducting tobacco control research, particularly related to the behaviors and use patterns of adults using e-cigarettes. Her research interests lie in identifying and optimizing programs and policies to address environmental health challenges facing our society, particularly as it pertains to ensuring a sustainable and equitable food system.