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.
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.
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.
Our health care system should be eager to work for all Coloradans—not just white, upper middle class, able-bodied, privileged families like my own.
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.
When I visited a few months ago, I had the opportunity to explore the Pueblo Riverwalk and learn a little bit about the history of Pueblo.
The first time I saw someone that looked like me on TV was the Yellow Power Ranger. Without a doubt, there’s a problem of representation in the media.
One shift to our approach to policy advocacy was including housing, food access, and other non-health care legislation in our analysis of health policy.