Lynne Le, MPH, is a program officer at the de Beaumont Foundation. She manages the Modernized Anti-Racist Data Ecosystems (MADE) for Health Justice grant as well as other programs across the organization with an emphasis on racial and health equity.
Prior to joining the de Beaumont Foundation, Lynne was the Inclusive Strategies Manager at CityMatCH, a national maternal and child health organization. In her role, she worked with local and state health departments across the country, other national MCH organizations, and federal partners to advance equity for MCH populations. Her duties primarily included managing programs with an emphasis on systems-level change and alignment between state and local public health through capacity building and technical assistance. Key aspects of her role included elevating local-level experiences in state and national arenas, ensuring authentic community engagement in public health programming, and leading national conversations about how to approach MCH work differently to achieve equity. She also has vast experience in providing equity-focused trainings, facilitation, and meeting planning. Preceding her most recent role at CityMatCH, Lynne also served as an analyst for the organization and, before that, at a State Health Department.
Lynne holds her Masters of Public Health from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Epidemiology and a Bachelors of Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.