EDUCATION, TRAINING, & LANGUAGE SKILLS
information on academic DegreesandTheses.
of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 2000-2007.
Ph.D. in Anthropology, with Medical Anthropology and Gender
Concentrations, May 2007. GPA 4.0.
Dissertation: Formative research on gender, elder health
and care in Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico.
M.A. in Anthropology, May 2003. GPA 4.0.
Thesis: Niwan Chamel - The Big Illness - Pregnancy among
Tojolabales of Chiapas, Mexico.
Thesis advisor for M.A. and Ph.D.: Mark A. Nichter.
Colegio de la Frontera Sur, San Cristóbal,
Chiapas, Mexico. 1997-1998.
Graduate coursework in gender, development, qualitative research,
and medical anthropology. GPA 3.9.
University, Palo Alto, CA. 1987-1991.
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology and Social Sciences,
Honors in Anthropology and Education. GPA 3.9.
Thesis: Taking One's Place: A classroom study of
education for indigenous teachers in Chiapas, Mexico.
Thesis advisor for B.A.: George A. Collier.
Católica in coordination with
Stanford Overseas Studies Program, Santiago, Chile. 1990.
Residence with Chilean family and undergraduate coursework in
development, population, and health.
CONFERENCES (select events, 2008-2013)
Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting, Denver, 2013
Public Health in the Rockies annual meeting. Pueblo, 2012; Steamboat Springs, 2011; Colorado Springs, 2009
American Public Health Association annual meeting, Denver, 2011
National Association of City & County Health Officials annual meeting, Sacramento, 2008, and Memphis, 2010
Colorado Health Care Safety Net Symposium, Denver, 2009
Colorado Public Health Summit, Denver, 2008
Academy of Health Disparities Conference, Denver, 2008
Boulder County, Boulder, CO. 2008-present
All required Boulder County training, including Supervisory Certificate earned, 2010. Additional training through the Colorado Department
of Public Health & Environment CDPHE, Colorado Association of Local Public Health Officers CALPHO, local non-profit organizations, etc. including but not limited to training on:
|Public health in Colorado
Mobilization for Action through Planning & Partnership
Boulder County Incident Command System
Supervision & supervisory styles
Interviewing & personnel selection
Developing individual performance standards
Performance appraisals and discipline
Progressive discipline & county policy
|Culturally sensitive & effective management
County budget process
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Census data retrieval
Bridges out of Poverty
Managing multiple priorities
CPR & AED
Regional Institute of Health and Environment Leadership (RIHEL) fellow, 2012-2013.
Discover U Leadership Program Master Graduate, 2009.
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Membership in Professional
Fellowships, Grants &
Working Groups, Conferences
& Sessions Organized
Commitment to Integrating
Teaching & Research