Chloe Yang is Project Manager of the ADAPT (Addressing Disparities in Asian Populations through Translational Research) Coalition. Drawing from her background in community-engaged public health research, Chloe is interested in studying and addressing inequities related to social, environmental, and economic determinants of health. She is particularly interested in mental health, adolescent health, and environmental justice among immigrant and LGBTQ+ populations. Chloe has previously worked at the Tufts CTSI Center for Community-Engaged Medicine, the University of North Carolina’s Community and Stakeholder Engagement Program, and the Research in Sexual and Gender Minority Equity (RISE) Lab at UNC. As a graduate student, she coordinated a variety of community-led projects, including ADAPT’s participatory evaluation of the Asian American Resource Workshop’s pilot mental health support spaces for immigration-impacted Asian communities in Greater Boston. Chloe received her MPH in Health Equity, Social Justice, and Human Rights from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, and she holds a BS in Bioengineering and Creative Writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Chloe Yang, MPH
ADAPT Project Manager