As Project Associate for SAMHSA's CAPT, Libby provides leadership, management, and support on a wide range of activities. Specifically, she manages the coordination of national events and capacity building activities for staff across the system, and manages special projects including the development of a Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST) for Native American and Pacific Jurisdiction audiences. She collaborates with other CAPT staff to develop presentations and webinars and coordinates activities for the Partnerships for Success II grantees.
Libby brings experience working on a variety of education and public health topics, including mental health promotion and school-based health prevention. Prior to joining the CAPT, Libby worked as a health and wellness counselor at an alternative high school in the Rocky Mountains and in the Boston Public Schools. She has also worked with children and families in a variety of settings including hospitals, pediatric clinics, and therapeutic treatment centers.
She earned her bachelor’s of social work from the University of Vermont and her master's in education in risk and prevention from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. She is currently pursuing her masters in business administration from Simmons College School of Management.