Megan Latshaw, PhD, MHS serves as co-Director of the MHS and ScM master's programs, and as co-Course Director for the undergraduate course Environment & Your Health. She also serves as Chair of the American Public Health Association's Environment Section. Most recently, Dr. Latshaw led the Environmental Health Programs in the Association of Public Health Laboratories. While there, her team created the National Biomonitoring Network, a foundation for a national environmental health surveillance system able to address concerns at the state and local level (http://www.aphlblog.org/2016/02/aphl-us-needs-an-environmental-health-surveillance-system-to-prevent-crises-like-flint/). Prior to that, she served as the Senior Director for Environmental Health Policy at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. While there Dr. Latshaw led the establishment of the State Environmental Health Directors group. Her doctorate is in Environmental and Occupational Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Additionally, she holds a Masters in Environmental Health Sciences, a Certificate in Risk Sciences and Public Policy, and a Bachelors in Biology from the same University. Dr. Latshaw has served on over a dozen national committees; currently she leads the American Public Health Association's Environment Section. She has authored eight peer-reviewed articles and presented at dozens of conferences and meetings.