I joined Center for Health Progress three years ago. In that time, we have made significant, intentional, organizational change to be more equitable.
Colorado needs well-informed, diverse perspectives to achieve its best health. Read more about our thoughts on leaders and leadership.
I believe that the most effective way to create lasting, positive change is organizing directly-affected community members to demand their needs be met.
Policymaking shouldn’t be left to the few with the most resources and connections. Our policies and institutions are supposed to serve all Coloradans.
This year marked my 11th Colorado legislative session. This session was heavy on health equity–in ways that were beneficial and ways that were not.
Like kids, organizations have stages of growth and development, too. According to the literature, there are seven typical lifecycle stages of a nonprofit.