Brett Hall (she/her) is a Program Manager at Community Health Improvement Partners, a non-profit public health organization with a mission to advance long-term solutions to priority health needs through collaboration and community engagement. In her role, she works on several initiatives including the San Diego County Suicide Prevention Council, the San Diego Resident Leadership Academy, the CHIP Public Policy Committee, and the CHIP Behavioral Health Work Team. Prior to this, Brett spent time in various non-profit spaces and gained experience in social emotional development, restorative practices, play therapy, extended learning, school-based suicide prevention, qualitative research, and school social work administration. She is dedicated to serving others and is both a former City Year AmeriCorps Member and Peace Corps Youth Development Volunteer. Brett received both her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology, and Master’s Degree in Social Work with a focus in Administration and Community Development from San Diego State University. While working towards her MSW, Brett also obtained an Advanced Certificate in Social Work Administration, and upon graduation, she was awarded Student Leader of the Year. Brett is passionate about creating progressive change and recently published a study in the Contemporary Justice Review titled “Confronting the Traditional System: a Qualitative Study on the Challenges to School Based Restorative Practices Policy Implementation”. She is a co-founder of the community organizing group, Social Workers for Equity and Leadership, and is a graduate of the Mid City CAN Resident Leadership Academy. In her free time, Brett enjoys going to the beach, doing yoga, and traveling.