Rebecca Stoltz is a public health professional working at the intersection of behavioral health, the impact of stress and trauma on children and families, and public policy & programs. Becca's career is dedicated to the visioning, design, implementation, and evaluation of programs in public health and social policy, focused on eliminating persistent gaps in health outcomes. She has worked in a variety of settings, including community health (pediatric primary care, behavioral health, and obstetrics/gynecology), the public sector at the state and local levels, the private sector, and academia.
Becca spent the first part of her career in online curriculum development creating programs related to health promotion & disease prevention, alcohol and drug use, sexual assault, and behavioral health for a variety of audiences, including health professionals, adolescents, young adults, and parents.
Becca earned her masters in public health from Boston University School of Public Health and her bachelors from Tufts University. She is a yoga teacher (RYT-200) and an Ayurveda Wellness Counselor (Kerala Ayurveda Academy). She has taught adults, adolescents, and children; women with breast cancer; people navigating complications with HIV/AIDS; families in shelters; and people who are in jail/prison. Becca sits on the Leadership Council of Girls On Fire Leaders, a global nonprofit that brings training, education, and healing to girls in Kenya and Tanzania.
Becca founded the Mindful Breathwork Project in 2019, bringing together her expertise in public health, program design, and implementation of community-based programs with her training in yoga and mindfulness, as well as her passion for finding creative yet simple solutions to address complex problems.