Rebecca Jackson Stoeckle is a vice president within EDC’s Health and Human Development Division, where she directs initiatives in health and technology, with an emphasis in e-learning. Her primary focus is the intersection between innovation and impact in the use of technology to reach specific audiences, especially those facing health disparities or challenges with language, literacy, or health literacy. Additionally, she works with colleagues across EDC to develop and deploy emerging methodologies to measure the impact of online learning.
Stoeckle directs an array of projects that use innovative design elements and high impact delivery strategies, such as Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), to reach local and global populations with relevant and compelling evidence-based public health strategies and tools. Her work has served diverse audiences, including veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq, staff in community agencies serving populations at high risk for HIV, and community health workers in developing countries. Stoeckle’s projects have received national recognition and awards for excellence in innovation and sustainable systems change.
Stoeckle co-chairs the EDC Technology Steering Committee and co-authored, with EDC’s CTO, the EDC Technology Strategy Plan. She is a graduate of Stanford University and was a Sage Fellow at Cornell University.