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Ann Carroll

Policy Analyst, Brownfields and Land Revitalization

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Biography

Ann Carroll has worked for over 30 years on environmental and public health protection including brownfields, lead poisoning prevention, risk communication and contaminated site cleanup domestically and internationally. Since 2002, Ann has been with the US EPA Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization in Washington DC working on revolving loan funds, petroleum brownfields, public health, research and training, urban agriculture and health improvement through revitalization. Ann serves as a liaison to other EPA offices and other agency health programs. Ann began her career with EPA New England’s Office of Underground Storage Tanks in 1989 and served as Lead (Pb) Coordinator for lead poisoning prevention efforts until 1996 when she left EPA. Ann managed and provided technical support to lead poisoning prevention activities in Australia, India, Indonesia and elsewhere. Ann has a BS in biology (Va Tech), an MPH in environmental health (BU) and a DrPH in public health from Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Environmental Health Sciences and Engineering program.

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