Areas of Specialty

Community Health, Project Management

What matters to you?

I believe that all people deserve access to resources that will enable them to live a thriving life.

What are some wise words to live by?

"Direction is more important than speed. I'm not focused on the speedometer, just preparing for the journey." - Diane Taylor

What brings you joy?

Dancing brings me joy. Releasing and allowing the music to move you is freeing. I also take pride in my community and heritage.

Keylynne Matos-Cunningham

Project Manager

Keylynne Matos-Cunningham is a Project Manager at Well-Being and Equity in the World. She has worked in community health since 2012 has focused her most recent work on mental health and substance use prevention. Matos-Cunningham graduated with her Master of Public Health from Brody School of Medicine and her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina University (ECU) .

Matos-Cunningham passionately stands up and speaks out against injustices experienced by underrepresented minorities. She believes that being a servant of the community is how to best understand the world.

Matos-Cunningham strongly believes in servant leadership and serves as a mentor and advisor W.O.M.A.N. (A Woman Organization for Minorities Achieving Now) and Greenville Theater Arts Center Board of Directors. In addition to her work in Public Health she also owns a boutique dance studio in Greenville, NC. Outside of work she loves all things live music, reading on astrology and spending time with loved ones.

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