user.png

Research Associate II

Lynnette Schweimler

Lynnette supports evaluation projects in the areas of substance use prevention and homelessness. Lynnette provides technical assistance and support on the logic model development and measurement of process measures and program outcomes. Prior to joining OMNI, they served an extended term as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar, leading data analytics and monitoring and evaluation efforts for agriculture, education, and health programs, launching a mobile data collection system, and facilitating maternal and child health interventions in remote communities. Lynnette has spent over 10 years connecting with supporting LGBTQ+ people and low-income communities and communities of color in Denver, including at Rainbow Alley, The Center’s program serving LGBTQ youth ages 11-21, and at Mile High Connects, an equitable transit collaborative project of the Denver Foundation working to mitigate transit barriers to health resources, food access, education, jobs, and housing. Lynnette always has a great “dad joke” at the ready and can be counted on to pet any dog they come across.

Education

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER - JOSEF KORBEL SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

MA in International Human Rights, Certificate in Global Health Affairs

Division

Public and Behavioral Health

Content Focus

Substance Use Prevention

Homelessness