Leah Driscoll has been at Berklee since 2013, where she began as the part-time program coordinator for the Reach Out Initiative. She later served as the full-time coordinator of prevention and education, then the assistant director of health promotion. Previously, she was a graduate intern in the Office of Prevention and Education at Northeastern University.
She holds a Bachelor of Music in music business/management and vocal performance from Berklee and a Master of Social Work with a concentration in health/mental health policy from the Boston College School of Social Work. She's a licensed independent clinical social worker in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. As the director of health and wellness programs, she has oversight of all functions of the Office of Health and Wellness Programs, including wellness services, student health promotion and education, and immunization compliance. She administers the Reach Out Initiative, which aims to provide specific education and outreach on mental health, disordered substance use, and sexual and dating violence. She helps ensure that Berklee students have access to the health resources and knowledge to help them make informed choices for themselves at Berklee and beyond.
She worked as a professional musician for 10 years in Boston and Los Angeles before her career in social work and health care, and has performed the national anthem at Dodgers Stadium, Fenway Park, and the TD Garden in Boston. An avid traveler, she's been a collector of maps and geography facts since childhood. You can reach her at email@example.com.