Elsie Moore

Resilient Food Systems and Nutrition, Fellow
What I do: 
Elsie Moore is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a research assistant at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. Her research focuses on understanding equitable strategies that advance sustainable and resilient food systems. For her dissertation, Elsie has partnered with several cities in the United States to help them plan for crises and implement and evaluate policies and programs aimed at promoting nutrition and environmental sustainability. Before her Ph.D., Elsie worked on a multi-country collaboration on the role of academic institutions in advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Elsie earned her MPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the Yale School of Public Health, where her research and practice concentrated on planetary health and the health impacts of climate change.