MAA, University of Maryland
BS, St. Lawrence University
Lynne Greabell joined CPHCE in November 2014 to coordinate Public Health Live and webinars for the New York State Prevention Agenda. Prior to joining CPHCE, Lynne managed comprehensive services and support for members of the National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors, including leadership development, training, technical assistance and member information systems and processes. In this capacity, Lynne connected with public health professionals working in HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, and other STDs from across the nation and U.S. territories. Lynne has extensive experience in management and coordination of peer based technical assistance (TA) and training, non-profit public health program management, state/local public health systems, and program coordination. Her public health interests include health disparities, HIV/AIDS, social determinants of health, public health workforce development and community participation and planning.
Ms. Greabell holds a master’s degree in applied anthropology from the University of Maryland and bachelor’s degree in anthropology from St. Lawrence University.