Ray López is the Chief Program Officer and Founding Director of Environmental Health Services at LSA Family Health Service, a community-based organization in East Harlem, New York City. Ray leads and supports all LSA programs and initiatives that focus on many of the primary social factors of health. Ray also leads a team of Community Health Workers who focus on asthma prevention using a holistic, hands-on approach, which includes conducting home assessments, remediating asthma triggers, training households to improve housing conditions, and developing community leaders. Ray is a leader with Metro IAF’s Manhattan Together, and their efforts, in partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council, the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, and other law firms, achieved a landmark federal court settlement with the NYC Housing Authority, Baez v NYCHA, which aims to protect residents exposed to mold conditions that exacerbate asthma. Ray has been a member of the Board of Directors of the National Center for Law and Economic Justice since 2017.