In the 1700s, enslaved people were taken in and protected by the indigenous people in the area, which began the merging of black and Native culture.
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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 […]
Whenever I am considering making a big shift or decision in my life, I always seek the perspective and insight of people who know me well or have expertise in that area. The same holds true for Center for Health Progress.
We spent the better part of 2017 doing a deep dive into goal setting as part of our strategic planning. The result is our 2018-2020 Strategic Framework.
I am once again reminded of the importance of listening to and learning from each other, in order to be more effective in our work and have more meaningful relationships in our lives.