Director of Instructional Design
Lynley Rappaport leads CWI’s instructional design and evaluation work. She has over 20 years of experience in public health, organization development, and education. Her work with local, national, and international Departments and Ministries of Health has included curriculum development and leadership capacity building at all levels; building the capacity of community members to sit at policy tables while simultaneously working with government leaders to ensure that developed public health curricula and programs lead to positive implementable, sustainable, and equitable change throughout the system.
She holds a Master of Public Health from Boston University, a Master of Education from Lesley University, a Master of Arts in Professional Psychology from William James College in pursuit of a Doctorate in School Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Latin American Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She also holds certificates in Managing Complex Health Emergencies from Boston University School of Public Health and in Non-profit Management from the Boston University School of Management. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and French and conversant in Portuguese.
Lynley loves adventuring with family and chosen family and is an avid photographer.