Skye Flanigan is the Research Coordinator for the Healthy Buildings Team at the Center for Health and the Global Environment, and the Sensors for Health team in the Environmental Health department at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Skye’s research focuses on exploring how high efficiency buildings and green building standards impact public health on a local and global scale. While working at the Center, Skye has conducted research on chemical flavorings in electronic cigarettes, as well as a number of other research projects pertaining to toxic exposures in high performance buildings and cognitive thinking.
Skye has a background in environmental consulting, international finance, hospitality, and event planning. Currently, Skye is pursuing her Master’s degree in Sustainability and Environmental Management at Harvard University. Previously, Skye received her Bachelor of Science Business Administration in International Business from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver.