Program Assistant, People & Communities Program
Shannon Puebla provides research and analytical support to NRDC’s Health team within the People & Communities Program. As part of this role, Puebla works on a range of toxic contamination issues, from plastic pollution to drinking water contamination by PFAS chemicals. Puebla holds a bachelor's degree in health science from Virginia Tech and a master's in regulatory science and health safety from Arizona State University. She is based in the Washington, D.C., office.
Areas of WorkHuman HealthDrinking WaterToxics