Tess Carter

Dr. Tess Carter is a postdoctoral fellow at George Washington University, working on several projects, including characterizing the environmental justice impacts of PM2.5 and exploring the health ramifications of climate policies. She earned her PhD in atmospheric chemistry from MIT, where she worked on fires and how their smoke impacts air quality and climate, and a BS in chemistry from Brown University. Prior to graduate school, she worked on the National Climate Assessment for several years.