Leanne Wolff has worked with Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) for over five years, supporting a number of international projects in social and behavior change communication. She has over ten years of domestic and international experience working with HIV and AIDS, family planning, malaria, nutrition, and maternal and child health in resource poor settings. With a focus on behavior change communication, adult learning methodologies and capacity building, Ms. Wolff has partnered with local organizations to plan and implement community-based health and development interventions, curriculum development, IEC materials, distance learning, entertainment education, and mass media campaigns. With her unique background in graphic arts, NGO management, international education, and behavior change communication, Ms. Wolff specializes in the design and development of low literacy health interventions utilizing creative and participatory methods to deliver information and support in a user-friendly format. With an M.A. in International Education from the School for International Training (SIT), Ms. Wolff spent time as a Peace Corps volunteer and International Field Fellow in South Africa.