Policymaking shouldn’t be left to the few with the most resources and connections. Our policies and institutions are supposed to serve all Coloradans.
Health is local, and the best, most sustainable changes are those developed and led by communities. Read more about how we're supporting local leaders.
One of my most rewarding projects at Center for Health Progress for the last few years has been the Coalition for Immigrant Health.
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.
Getting to know the passionate, talented leaders of the Network has been a highlight of my time at Center for Health Progress over the past two years.
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.