Michelle received her Master of Public Health degree from the Colorado School of Public Health with a focus on Community and Behavioral Health. Since 2013, she has worked for the Center for Health, Work & Environment in a variety of capacities from helping implement the Health Links program to building partnerships across the state. In her current role, she focuses on managing all Center-wide functions and events to help translate research into public health practice. Michelle has experience in public health practice, worksite health promotion, and health protection. She is passionate about connecting with people throughout the community and learning how to help empower them to make choices to live safer and healthier lives.
- Public Health Practice
- Health Promotion
- Community Engagement
MPH, Community and Behavioral Health, University of Colorado School of Public Health
Honors and Awards
Alumni Award for Excellence in Public Health Practice, Colorado School of Public Health, 2015