Tamanna Rahman is researching issues related to climate change impacts on vulnerable populations in California, especially communities in Los Angeles. Her work with the Luskin Center is related to the research she will be conducting for her dissertation. She is currently pursuing her DrPH at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences. Prior to returning to academia, Tamanna was the Air Quality Advocacy Coordinator for the American Lung Association in California (Los Angeles) where she was involved in advocacy efforts related to SB 375 implementation and engaging health organizations in the process. Tamanna also has experience in health impact assessments, conducting air monitoring studies, and providing technical assistance to environmental justice groups. She has a BA in Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley (May 2007), and a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in Environmental Health Sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles (June 2009). Tamanna has collaborated with the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation since Fall 2012.