Leah holds degree’s in both Spanish and Public Health. After completing her undergraduate studies Leah spent 27 months training health workers in Reproductive & Child Maternal Health issues in Honduras. Her work in the Peace Corps in Honduras also focused on improving health outcomes for people living with HIV, specifically support in maintaining medication adherence. Upon returning to the United States, Leah worked at the University of Southern California School of Social Work, evaluating a SAMSHA grant for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health. Most recently, Leah has been working with the Opportunity Council in community engagement in Whatcom, Island & San Juan counties. She brings to the ACH a plethora of experience with diverse community populations, a love of data, and a commitment to community driven systems change.