Becky Mastin, MPH
Becky coordinates the activities and implementation of the Young Women’s Initiative. She develops content, coordinates events and provides administrative support. She also coordinates the implementation of the Young Advocate and Hear My Voice Programs, working with these volunteers to support them in their advocacy outreach efforts.
Becky grew up in State College, Pennsylvania and then moved to Philadelphia where she received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and later a Master of Public Health in Health Policy, from Temple University. Prior to joining LBBC, Becky worked with non-profits throughout Philadelphia. She has worked as a drug and alcohol counselor, developed an evaluation with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, and worked statewide with diabetes self-management education programs.
In her spare time, Becky enjoys trying new restaurants in her South Philadelphia neighborhood and going on bike rides. She is also a tap dancer who teaches and performs in the Philadelphia area.
What inspires my work at LBBC:I am passionate about women’s health and have personal experiences with cancer. I know how difficult it can be to find reliable, trusted information during a time when life feels very overwhelming. I am inspired by LBBC’s mission to provide this support, education, and advocacy when it is most needed.
My favorite quotes to live by:“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”
- Jane Goodall