Lynn Mumma serves as the Vice President for Strategy. Strategy seeks to instill a social determinants of health lens into all facets of BHSB’s internal and external work. The team supports this in a variety of ways, including synthesizing and analyzing data to inform decision making and monitor outcomes, expanding prevention efforts, and supporting communities toward developing capacity to mitigate toxic stress and improve resilience so that residents can thrive.
Lynn has over nine years’ experience directing behavioral health and child welfare programmatic operations. Prior to joining BHSB, she served as the Deputy Director for the Baltimore City Department of Social Services, overseeing adult, family and children’s services, where she spearheaded the implementation of a family find program serving children in foster care who do not have a permanent connection to family. Lynn also brings experience from the health care sector, having managed national employer group health care plans and pharmaceutical contracts.
Lynn received a master’s degree in social work from Boston College and an undergraduate degree from Duke University.