Marysel Pagán Santana, DrPH, MS, serves as Migrant Clinicians Network’s Director of Environmental and Occupational Health. She is also the Senior Program Manager of the Caribbean Office, where she leads and coordinates MCN’s current climate-related projects. In this role, Dr. Pagán Santana provides technical assistance, training, and tool development for community health centers and community residents to address disaster-related issues and target health-related outcomes. In addition, she is the principal investigator in various small projects exploring natural disasters in agricultural communities in Puerto Rico. She also fosters MCN’s network of organizations working on climate and health initiatives in Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands. Pagán Santana has extensive experience training high-risk and vulnerable worker populations and conducting community-based projects. She also has more than seven years of experience in the private sector as an industrial hygienist. Previous work areas include developing and implementing occupational and environmental health training, emergency preparedness, and business continuity planning programs. Pagán-Santana has a master’s degree in industrial Hygiene and a doctorate in Public Health with an emphasis on environmental health from the University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus. She was the 2021 recipient of the Lorin Kerr Award, an American Public Health Association honor for her dedication to worker health and safety, and 2023 Mary Fran Myers Scholarship, a Natural Hazard Center recognition for outstanding individuals committed to disaster research and practice.