KWAN HONG TEOH
Research Associate, Toxic Enforcement Program
Kwan Hong Teoh coordinates research and product investigations for the toxic enforcement program, which uses California Prop. 65 litigation to clean up dirty supply chains. Kwan has a background in agroecological research, sustainable farming, and plant sciences. His previous work includes research and project management of an agroforestry research farm in the Philippines as well as dairy and farm assistantships in California and NY State. Kwan served as an Americorps volunteer for Habitat for Humanity and is currently a board member of the Pye-Harris Foundation as an environmental program manager. He holds a M.S. from SD State University in grassland ecology and a dual degree from UC Berkeley in Fine Arts and Plant Biology, with a minor in Forestry.