Juan Reynoso

Juan Reynoso


Juan Reynoso is a joint degree candidate at Harvard University, where he is pursuing a Masters of Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Environmental Health at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Masters of Urban Planning (MUP) with a concentration in Environmental Planning at the Graduate School of Design. At Harvard, Juan is exploring topics at the intersection of environmental justice, healthy cities, and climate resilience. Through his research and advocacy, Juan hopes to transform cities into health-promoting and sustainable places where all people have an opportunity to thrive. Prior to graduate school, Juan worked as a grantmaker at The California Endowment where he helped manage multiple, multi-million-dollar funding portfolios to support organizing and advocacy campaigns to promote healthy, just, and sustainable communities in Southern California. Juan received a B.A. in Human Biology with honors from Stanford University. He was born in California’s rural Central Valley and grew up in San Diego County.

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Academic Background:
Harvard University, MPH, MUP
Current Position:
Masters Candidate
Architecture & Urban Planning
Environmental & Public Health

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