Andee Krasner is a public health consultant for PSR; her work focuses on the intersection of the built environment, climate change, and public health. She recently co-authored the Health Effects of Gas Stove Pollution report, a collaboration between PSR, Rocky Mountain Institute, Sierra Club, and Mothers Out Front. The report was featured in Vox, Scientific American, Slate and other national media outlets. Prior to her work with PSR, Andee served as a Senior Consultant at JSI Research and Training Institute where she evaluated public health interventions and provided training and technical assistance to community-based organizations, local and state government agencies, and clinical providers. Andee earned her undergraduate degree in molecular biology from the University of Washington, Seattle and her Master of Public Health from Yale University.