Profiles of Members of EPA's Asian-American and Pacific Islander Community

At EPA, we protect human health and the environment every day.  EPA's diverse workforce, which includes a wide range of specialists -- scientists, lawyers, economists, accountants, emergency responders, managers, inspectors, and communicators -- brings a balance of perspectives to bear on every challenge we face.  We hope that these profiles will serve as an inspiration to others who are interested in protecting our planet.

Profiles of Members of EPA's Asian-American and Pacific Islander Community

Ahmed Amanulah, Senior Engineer
Air, Pesticides and Toxics Management Division
Atlanta, GA (EPA Region 4)

I work in the division that delivers clean air and safe chemical programs to eight southeastern states in our region. Read more about Ahmed Amanulah.

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Enid Chiu, Environmental Engineer
Water Protection Division
Philadelphia, PA (EPA Region 3)

I help implement the drinking water program for the District of Columbia. I also serve as the regional coordinator for the multilingual outreach initiative, Beyond Translation, in Philadelphia, PA. Read more about Enid Chiu.

Enid Chiu

Jay Hua, Environmental Scientist
Water, Wetlands, Pesticides Division
Lenexa, KS (EPA Region 7)

I work in the division in Region 7 that ensures that pesticides products imported to the U.S. comply with environmental laws to better protect human health and the environment. Read more about Jay Hua.

Jay Hua

Louise Kitamura, Associate Director, Resource Management Staff
Office of Water
Washington, DC

I'm the associate director of the Resource Management Staff within the Office of Water. Read more about Louise Kitamura.

Louise Kitamura

Lisa Pham, Environmental Engineer
Water Quality Protection Division
Dallas, TX (Region 6)

I am coordinating aquifer exemption projects of Region 6’s Office of Water and managing the Underground Injection Control (UIC) programs in New Mexico. Read more about Lisa Pham.

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Piyachat Terrell, Program Analyst
Office of Human Resources
Washington, DC

I work with students to expose them to environmental careers. Read more about Piyachat Terrell.

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