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Meet the members of our Speaker's Bureau for community events around Race in Colorado: Health.

Cerise Hunt
Interim Director
Center for Public Health Practice, Colorado School of Public Health
Cerise.Hunt@ucdenver.edu
Featured in Precious Loss

Cerise Hunt, MSW is the Interim Director for the Center for Public Health Practice at the Colorado School of Public Health University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. In this role, she is responsible for the formation of community linkages that guide public health practice, provision of continuing education and workforce development opportunities in public health, and engagement in public health practice research. Cerise was instrumental in the formation of the Colorado Black Health Collaborative and the Far Northeast Health Alliance. She is also a founding member of the Healthy Babies Strong Families Healthy Start Community Action Network, which is a multi-sector collective impact initiative committed to the reduction of the African American/Black infant mortality rate and the promotion of positive birth outcomes.

Prior to her employment with the Colorado School of Public Health, Cerise was the Health Disparities Specialist at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Office of Health Disparities. There, she was charged with developing and implementing state-wide strategies to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities. Cerise’s areas of expertise include health equity, social determinants of health, cultural competency, diversity and inclusion, workforce diversity, community-campus partnerships, and community outreach and mobilization among diverse populations.

 

Kellie L. Teter
Maternal Child Health Program Manager
Denver Public Health
Kellie.Teter@dhha.org
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Kellie L. Teter, MPA is the Maternal Child Health Program Manager at Denver Public Health.  She has worked in MCH at the state, national and local level for both governments and non-profits.  Her passion for local public health is fueled by the endless opportunities to connect people, ideas and resources to improve health for women, children and families.  In her current role, Kellie pursues her passion for justice and equity through an evolving public health approach that is data informed, implementation centric and community anchored. Kellie was born in Denver and loves living in the Queen City of the Plains. 

 

Kimberly Desmond
Director, Denver Office on Women & Families
Staff Liaison,
Denver Women's Commission & African American Commission
Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships
City and County of Denver
Kimberly.Desmond@denvergov.org

Kim is a Denver native who attended Manual High School.  She holds multiple degrees which include a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Fort Hays State University and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration & Policy Studies (Early Childhood Leadership certification) from the University of Denver. Her professional expertise include: Program operations, case management, strategic planning/implementation, civic engagement, and policy studies with an emphasis on equity and inclusivity.  She for the Agency for Human Rights & Community Partnerships.

 

Sunah Hwang, M.D.
Children’s Hospital Colorado
(contact info & bio coming soon)

 

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