Natalia Linos, Chair


Natalia Linos is a social epidemiologist and the Executive Director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University. Previously, Natalia worked at the United Nations and the New York City Health Department, tackling some of the most urgent issues of our time: from climate change to structural racism. She led the UN Development Programme’s portfolio on environment and health, supporting governments to introduce more ambitious action on climate change and biodiversity loss, and working closely with partners such as the Planetary Health Alliance, The Nature Conservancy, and directly with youth activists. Natalia is a three-time Harvard graduate, and lives in Brookline with her husband and three children.