Fushcia-Ann Hoover is an interdisciplinary researcher specializing in social-ecological urban systems. She employs a range of approaches and perspectives that include environmental justice, green infrastructure performance and urban planning, evaluating the impacts of green infrastructure planning when framed by race, justice and place-making. She is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Planning at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, and the founder of EcoGreenQueen LLC, a company dedicated to teaching and expanding the knowledge and use of environmental justice frameworks and methods across research and practice. Dr. Hoover is currently serving as a 2023-2024 Radcliffe-Salata Climate Justice Fellow at Harvard University, and a chapter author on the Fifth U.S. National Climate Assessment. Previously, Dr. Hoover was postdoctoral researcher at the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), the Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, OH, and a postdoctoral affiliate with the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability’s Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-term Ecological Research site at Arizona State University.