The RIAHH Executive Steering Committee is supported by a two-person team that oversees day-to-day operations including facilitation, research, policy development, outreach, fundraising and communications. 

Betsy Stubblefield Loucks, ScM, MBA serves as a consultant for numerous Rhode Island-based projects working to address health and environmental issues, including the RI Alliance for Healthy Homes. She provides lead support for the Alliance.


Clare Steinman is a sophomore at Brown University studying public policy and environmental studies. She works for the Alliance as a Research and Policy intern.