Deb Laine, M.Ed

Program Specialist II
National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)
Rural Health Innovations (RHI)
(218) 216-7042

Debra joined The Center in April of 2015 and brings over thirty years of adult education experience. As a Program Specialist, she provides education, coaching and technical assistance to rural health networks on topics such as strategic planning, evaluation, collaboration and community engagement, partnerships and leadership. She utilizes her extensive background in training, facilitation and presentation skills to assist rural health network leaders accomplish their goals.

For over ten years, Debra designed, developed, implemented and coordinated education programs across northeastern Minnesota. In that capacity, she worked cooperatively with rural health care providers.

Debra has a Master of Education in Adult Education and Training and Development from the University of Minnesota and has served as an adjunct faculty at three area colleges. Debra has presented on health-related topics at several regional and national conferences.

Past Events

Past Network Development Webinar

Project Evaluation Plan Toolkit

December 14, 2017

Evaluation planning can guide a rural health network in collecting information on project activities, tracking progress towards objectives and identifying project improvement opportunities. In this webinar, the presenters will walk through an evaluation planning toolkit to support networks in developing evaluation plans.