Jeanette Ball, MS, is a Public Health Improvement Specialist for the Center for Healthy Communities at MPHI. Ms. Ball supports state, local, and tribal health departments on state and national accreditation readiness activities such as strategic planning, workforce development, and performance management. She provides quality improvement training, coaching, and technical assistance to state, local, and tribal health departments, and early childhood professionals/direct-service providers across a variety of projects. Ms. Ball is a trained Technology of Participation (ToP) methods facilitator, a ToP Strategic Planning facilitator, and has participated in Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnership (MAPP) training. She received her Masters of Science in Applied Sociology from Clemson University.