LeAnna brings evidence-based approaches to decision makers to drive systems-level change, improve organizational performance, and elevate community voices.
Prior to Camber, LeAnna generated insights for government ministries in Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa on health policy and finance challenges in universal health coverage, tuberculosis, youth employment, and COVID-19 through the Harvard Ministerial Leadership Program. Before graduate school, she founded Community Health Resource Partners where she was contracted by organizations funded by the CDC, SAMHSA, and DHSS to develop workforce development plans, training modules, and strategies for evidence-based program design. She has been recognized by her public health efforts in the Midwest through Ink Magazine’s 30under30 change makers.
LeAnna holds an MSc in Global Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in Bioinformatics from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In her free time, LeAnna loves biking, climbing, exploring new cities, and singing her favorite songs.