11:20 a.m. Concurrent #3A: The 3 Revolutions: Economic Equity and Health Equity Outcomes Dan Woo, Health Program & Policy Specialist, California Deptartment of Public Health Dan serves as a Health Program and Policy Specialist with the California Department of Public Health’s Climate Change and Health Equity Program. He is the coordinator for the Program’s climate change mitigation projects, working across sectors with state agencies and other partners to advance climate policies and actions that reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and benefit public health and equity. Key focus areas include land use and transportation planning, affordable housing, clean energy and energy efficiency, urban greening, community engagement, and addressing shared root causes of GHG emissions and health inequities. Previous to public health practice, Dan worked for nearly a decade in the areas of urban planning and design. Dan holds a B.S. in Design and Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning, an M.S. in Community Development, and a Master of Public Health degree, all from the University of California, Davis. He is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional for the neighborhood development (ND), and the building design and construction (BD+C) specialties. Megan Wier, Director, Program on Health, Equity & Sustainability, San Francisco Department of Public Health Megan Wier, MPH is Director of the Program on Health, Equity and Sustainability (PHES) in the Environmental Health Branch at the San Francisco Department of Public Health, where she and her team work with local communities and government agencies to develop and apply innovative approaches to using health data and evidence to inform safe, sustainable and equitable transportation and land use planning decisions in San Francisco. Ms. Wier co-chairs the San Francisco Vision Zero Task Force to eliminate traffic deaths, and oversees comprehensive, collaborative data systems in support of evaluation, surveillance, monitoring and analysis of San Francisco’s data-driven, evidence-based transportation injury prevention initiatives. She serves on the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies’ Committee on Pedestrians and recently served on the Task Force on Arterials and Public Health. Megan has an MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics from UC Berkeley, and a BA in Sociology and Women’s Studies from the University of Michigan. Alex Ghenis, Policy and Research Specialist, World Institute on Disability Alex Ghenis is a Policy and Research Specialist at the World Institute on Disability (WID) in Berkeley, CA. His primary research is on how people with disabilities will be affected by climate change and how best to prepare for the future. He also works on WID's transportation equity, disaster response training, and financial empowerment initiatives. Alex has been featured in numerous articles and interviews including with Climate One, the Union of Concerned Scientists and New Mobility magazine.