Rebecca Greenleaf has been serving in various public health roles for more than 20 years. She earned a master’s degree from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a bachelor’s degree from James Madison University. Rebecca has worked for the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs, North Carolina's Title V Program, the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities, and the National Training Institute for Child Care Health Consultants. Rebecca currently serves as the Workforce Development Associate and Training Coordinator for the National MCH Workforce Development Center. In this role, Rebecca supports public health workforce development for MCH professionals, with an emphasis on health transformation, systems integration, evidence-based decision making, and change management. She collaborates with Center faculty and staff to develop curricula, create unique learning platforms and develop resources for MCH leaders.
Honors and Awards
Innovative Teaching in MCH: "Expanding Access to Applied Methods for Health Transformation in MCH"
2015, Association of Teachers of Maternal and Child Health
Applied Methods for Health Transformation Implementation in MCH (MHCH 890/745) | Syllabus
- Health Transformation
- Maternal and Child Health
- MCH Workforce Development
MPH, Maternal and Child Health, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1998
BS, Health Science, James Madison University, 1995