Beth D. Williams-Breault, Ed.D., C.S.E.
For over 25 years, Dr. Beth Williams-Breault (she/her) has been a classroom teacher, professor, consultant, program coordinator, and researcher in the field of K-12 student health and wellness. Her career in education began in Massachusetts in Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, and Worcester public schools before she taught and studied in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was in Albuquerque where Dr. Williams-Breault developed her research skills regarding teen pregnancy prevention, due to the high rates there. Dr. Williams-Breault taught in the Albuquerque public schools and at the University of New Mexico for several years before she moved back east with her family to teach at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and finish her doctorate.
Dr. Williams-Breault has served on many committees and boards for educational organizations including the New Mexico Public Education Department's Coordinated School Health and Wellness Bureau, the Lesley University Diversity Council, and the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO).
Dr. Williams-Breault earned her B.A. from Wheelock College, her M.A. from The University of New Mexico, and her Ed.D. in Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership from Northeastern University.
"Beth Williams-Breault understands that comprehensive sexual health education is healthy relationships education. She works on multiple levels of the social ecological model to support communities in taking on the work themselves, advocating for educational practices and policies that help school communities create spaces where all students feel happy, whole, affirmed, safe, and alive."
-Molly Pistrang-Gomes (she/her), M.Ed., Youth Education Specialist, REACH Beyond Domestic Violence