Many tools help us get and stay healthy, if we have access to them. Health equity is making sure everyone has the tools they need to live a healthy life.
We provide well-informed data and perspectives on Colorado’s health care system.
As thought leaders working in communities and at the Capitol, we share information about what’s working in our health system and what’s not. As we lead the public dialogue, we hope to offer a big-picture view of the health care system and to help Colorado find common ground.
In organizing, we know that power equals organized people and organized money, so getting comfortable with fundraising has been an important to my work.
In July 2016, on my second day of work at Center for Health Progress, I went with my brand new coworkers, Jessica Nguyen and Joe Sammen, to Colorado Springs for the annual meeting of the Colorado Network of Health Alliances. The Network is a group of local health alliances, spread across the state, that had […]
Throughout childhood, I underwent a variety of dental procedures. After I had several teeth pulled in one go, I accidentally chewed a hole into my cheek.
White people have abandoned Native American women (and all women of color) in their fight for visibility and justice. We must start centering their stories.
I’m excited to announce that I’m part of a research team awarded a national fellowship to correct the health inequities immigrants face in rural Colorado.
We believe our health care system should work for all Coloradans. And it doesn’t. In fact, it doesn’t work, at least in some part, for 79% of Coloradans.
A school counselor once told me, “Why don’t you look at community colleges? They’re more affordable.” Immediately my education dreams were crushed.
Recognizing that we all carry many identities that come with varying levels of power and privilege is called intersectionality.
Today, I’m excited to announce EquityLab. A new cornerstone program that builds health care leaders’ capacity to champion health equity.