Bhushan Tuladhar is the Chief of Party for USAID Kathmandu Clean Air Program (Swachchha Hawa), which is being implemented by a consortium led by FHI 360. After graduating with a Masters’ degree in Environmental Engineering from Cornell University, Bhushan has worked for various government and nongovernment organizations for over 25 years, mainly on urban environmental issues such as air pollution, solid waste management, sanitation and climate change. He has served as the Chief Technical Advisor South Asia for UN-Habitat and has also led local NGOs such as Clean Energy Nepal and Environment and Public Health Organization. He has also served as the Head of Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s Environment Department and a member of its City Planning Commission.
Rachel Anne Herrera is a Commissioner in the Philippine Climate Change Commission. She spearheads the Commission’s Single-Use Plastics Phase-out and Responsible Transition Campaign, working with stakeholders towards the regulation and phase out of single-use plastics nationwide and development and implementation of alternative systems, packaging, and products to minimize or avoid plastic waste. Dr. Rosalind G. Vianzon is currently the Division Chief of the Healthy Workplace and Environment Division under the Health Promotion Bureau of the Department of Health. She has been with the Department, for almost 32 years of service as of date. After graduating from the University of Santo Tomas, her first work was into Public Health, then serving as a Rural Health Physician in Colo, Dinalupihan, Bataan, and being the only doctor in the area, much of her days were spent on community health.