Lea Ann Browning-McNee translates complex science, research and policy into practical, meaningful stories relevant to the Reagan-Udall Foundation's stakeholders.
Before joining the Foundation, Lea Ann helped launch BrainFutures, a national nonprofit focused on promoting breakthroughs in brain health, and was instrumental in bringing Mental Health First Aid to the United States during her tenure at the National Council for Behavioral Health. She also served in senior leadership positions at the Mental Health Association of Maryland and the National Mental Health Association. She holds a B.S. in Communications and an M.S. in Writing from Towson University.