Rebecca Brown, MPA, RRT, AE-C, is an asthma education trainer for hospitals, clinics, and schools and supports project coordination and implementation with Asthma Ready Communities. Rebecca became a Certified Asthma Educator (AE-C) in 2014, received her Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Missouri, Kansas City, in 2008, and a Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care, from the University of Kansas Medical Center, in 2001. Her clinical background combined with a passion for public health programming, encourages progress in care. She coordinates community-based asthma program delivery within clinical and school settings. This coordination involves training, ongoing support, and practice facilitation to school nurses and clinicians to increase their understanding of tools and self-management education that support asthma improvement. She has been working with Asthma Ready Communities as a Regional Coordinator in Kansas City Region since 2012, and through this partnership, has also worked with school districts across Missouri with the Missouri Asthma Prevention and Control Program. Additionally, she serves as the Asthma Day Coordinator for both the ALPACAH Project and the Asthma Care Accelerator ECHO Program.