Sydney Evans, MPH
Sydney Evans focuses on cumulative risk and exposure analysis of drinking water contaminants across the U.S. and is involved in researching contamination from the “forever chemicals” known as PFAS. She leads EWG laboratory testing projects on PFAS, pesticides and drinking water contaminants. Evans has a master’s degree in public health, with an emphasis on environmental health from Indiana University Bloomington and a bachelor of arts in chemistry from the University of Virginia. When not busy analyzing test data, Evans spends her free time indulging her passions for painting and playing board games with friends.