Beatriz LeBron executes Healthi Kids’ Play ROCs campaign, developing strategies and tactics that advance play as a cornerstone of whole child health in schools and in neighborhoods. Key responsibilities include managing projects, convening the Play ROCs advocacy committee and key stakeholders, and engaging youth, families and residents.
LeBron has served more than 19 years in the human services sector and has extensive experience as a supervisor, educator, trainer and community health worker.
With more than a decade of experience in policy creation, implementation and oversight in health care and education, she also has extensive knowledge of New York State Department of Health regulations. Prior to joining Common Ground, LeBron served as a social worker/bi-lingual at Eldersource, Community Place and Lifespan. Earlier, LeBron was a community health worker at Rochester Regional Health, where she worked with individuals facing social, economic and other barriers to maintaining their health. She also was a long-time substitute teacher in the Rochester City School District.
LeBron currently serves as a commissioner of the RCSD Board of Education. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Science from St. John Fisher College, her certificate in Finance from Georgetown University and her associate degree in Liberal Arts from Monroe Community College. In her spare time, LeBron enjoys art, reading and spending time with her grandson and children.