Dr. Regina Richards

Dr. Richards (Regina) is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity Equity Inclusion and Community Engagement, and has over twenty years of experience in academia as a Business Professional, Educator, Social Worker and Diversity Equity and Inclusion thought leader in the tri-plex systems of CU SOM, Children’s Hospital and UPI (now CU Medicine). The DEI work there included creating and developing programming, policies, education and trainings, and processes that span from the student pipeline to community engagement endeavors.

Dr. Terri L. Richardson

Internal Medicine physician and long-term CBHC member. I love working with the community, Just for the Health of it!

Steven Burton, MPH

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A recent graduate of the Colorado School of Public Health with a Master of Public Health and concentration in Community Health Education, Steven currently leads the newly opened LGBTQ+ Hub on the Anschutz Medical Campus as the Program Manager. His passion is teaching people about behaviors that promote well-being, and addressing intersectionality factors that lead to health disparities in LGBTQ+ and low socioeconomic communities.

Sheila Morgan

Prevention & Educator Outreach Coordinator with the Asthma COMP Team at Children’s Hospital. One of my community passions is to help families navigate their asthma and healthcare plans. I look forward to collaborating with our community during COVID-19 and beyond.

Ashley Tryels, BA CAS

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has worked supporting, advocating, and educating individuals and families within the community for over 10 years. She has fulfilled her purpose and passion to help others as a social worker, case manager, and addiction counselor in the criminal justice, behavioral, and mental health fields. She currently works in the Social work field supporting children and families in the city of Aurora. Ashley is passionate about bringing awareness to and educating people on the importance of holistic health. She volunteers with several programs in the community supporting social justice, homelessness and improving the lives of youth in our communities.

Dionisia de la Cerda

Associate Director of the Diversity and Health Equity Program for the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado overseeing several community iniatives, and evaluation activities for the program.

She is the data manager for the Practice Innovation Program, works on several community initiatives, and is passionate about supporting the Aurora community.

Tracie L. Randle

Tracie L. Randle has more than 20 years of assisting both national and local clients grow their consumer base by listening, developing creative ideas and executing multi-platform solutions that deliver ROI. She has a passion for helping both for-profit and non-profit organizations succeed and is currently a sales and marketing consultant for Blackdoctor.org – the nation’s largest and most comprehensive online health resource for African Americans.