I joined BHWP in the fall of 2013 and I am excited to continue working in an endeavor I began as an undergraduate, helping connect underserved populations to the knowledge and services they need to live rich, healthy, and fulfilling lives. I received a BA in International Studies, Spanish and Philosophy from Indiana University before going on to earn my Masters in International Relations at the University of Indianapolis. While I have dedicated much of my time working directly with Latinx populations in Indianapolis, Indiana and Tucson, Arizona as a community organizer and social worker, my expertise is policy research/analysis and communication.
A breif internship with the US Department of Health and Human Services helped me realize there was a role for someone with my background, training, and expertise in the public health field, and I have found a unique niche at BHWP I find exhilarating. As a Professional Research Assistant, I divide my time between the research department and the community liaison team. When I’m not nose deep in organizational change literature and public policy debates, I’m learning to see the world through the eyes of my daughter (about to turn 2 as I type this revision at the end of 2018).
1784 Racine St.
Campus Box F478
Aurora, CO 80045