Health + Built Environment

Karen K. Lee, MD, MHSc is a healthy built environment and health policy advisor and consultant. She specializes in helping communities and organizations use the built environment – our buildings, streets, and neighborhoods –  and other social determinants of health (e.g. work and education) to address the epidemics of obesity and Non-Communicable Diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes. By doing so, communities and organizations can synergistically address greening the environment, and improving universal accessibility, social equity and economic resilience.

You can find out more about the services Dr. Lee offers here or you can contact her directly here.

Feel free to explore presentations and resources by Dr. Karen Lee as well as projects using the navigation bar above.


SIGN UP HERE FOR Dr. Karen Lee's             "Designing Healthy Cities" Summer Course at Columbia University June 20-24, 2016. 

Have any questions? Reach out to Dr. Karen Lee here.