In The News

On Jan. 27, Trump signed an executive order that would restrict the admission of certain foreign nationals and refugees to the United States under the guise of protecting the nation from foreign terrorists. The Colorado Public Health Association is dedicated to promoting a diverse and culturally inclusive membership, and we have serious concerns about the impacts of the President’s recent actions. CPHA unequivocally believes that our state and country are greatly enriched by the diverse perspectives and experiences of all Coloradans, and CPHA is strongly committed to the inclusion of all of its members.

As stated by APHA, CPHA is also deeply concerned that this executive order will “reduce US science and engineering output by discouraging the best and brightest international students, scholars, and scientists from studying and working, attending academic and scientific conferences, or seeking to build new business in the United States.”

We will continue to welcome all members and also highly encourage everyone to join CPHA in showing our solidarity in the following ways:

  • Protect Our Muslim Neighbors Rally: TOMORROW, February 4 from 1 pm – 4 pm at Civic Center Park
    • Learn more about the Rally here
  • Join the Community for Unity Group
  • Send a letter urging the administration to rescind the executive order
  • Defend Our Constitution March: February 18 from 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm at Civic Center Park
  • Immigration and Citizenship Workshops at Denver Public Libraries, February-April
  • Know Your Rights Immigration Presentation: Tuesday, February 7, 5:30-7 pm at the
    Dahlia Campus
    for Health and Well-Being, Mental Health Center of Denver 3401 N Eudora St. Denver, CO 80207                                         

We also encourage any student members who may have questions or concerns regarding student visas to seek information and counsel from your campus Office of International Student and Scholar Services.

We will continue to monitor these national discussions and will keep the CPHA community informed of important developments as they unfold. Thank you all for your ongoing commitment to CPHA and these critical issues.  

 

CPHA Outside This Weekend: Snowshoeing At Sourdough Trail

Join us for our January CPHA Outside event - a snowshoe adventure at Sourdough trail near Nederland! The event will take place on Sunday, January 29, 2017. Bringing friends, children, and pets is encouraged! For more information and to sign up click here.
 

Announcing our January Webinar: Legislative Advocacy 101!

January 25, 2017

CPHA Webinar - Legislative Advocacy 101 
January 31, 2017
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm

Click here to register.

Gain a basic understanding of Colorado’s legislative process.  This webinar will explain how a bill does (or does not) become a law in Colorado and how you as a legislative constituent can communicate with your legislators on policy issues of concern.  


It’s a great year to get involved – learn how!  

All CPHA Members Welcome to Attend

Presenter:  Diana Protopapa, Partner, Frontline Public Affairs

Moderator: Amy Winterfeld, Policy Director, Colorado Public Health Association

 

Join Us For An Early Session Colorado Legislation Review! 

Thursday, Feb. 2, 5:30 - 7:30 pm


Colorado School of Public Health
Anschutz Medical Campus
13121 East 17th Ave
Education 2 South Building Room L26-1307
Aurora, Colorado

 

Campus Parking is Available in Ignacio or Georgetown Visitor Lots for $1/hour

This event will provide a brief overview of the Colorado legislative process and a review of 2017 public health-related bills introduced in the Colorado legislature to date. Voting committee members will discuss and help determine CPHA’s position on pending legislation.

Please click here to register. 

Colorado Public Health Association Public Policy Committee Members, CPHA members, and students are invited to attend.

Legislative information provided by CPHA’s legislative consultant:
Diana Protopapa, Partner, Frontline Public Affairs

 View Event Flyer
 

Member Spotlight: Lisa Filipczak

Job Title:
Public Health Planner, Denver Public Health

What does your job involve?
I work on the Epidemiology/Preparedness team to plan, design and implement public health preparedness activities for the City and County of Denver. I also partner with many community organizations through healthcare coalitions to improve the health and response of organizations throughout Colorado.

What is your favorite part of your job?
Working with incredibly talented and driven people

Describe your education/training:
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Sociology from the University of Connecticut (Go Huskies!). I earned a Master of Public Health and a Certificate in Global Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Denver.

What is your previous work experience?
Prior to joining Denver Public Health, I worked for various hospital systems in marketing, outreach and physician relations roles.

Tell us more about your family:
I recently adopted a Border Collie/Australian Shepherd named Brody.

What if your favorite TV show?
CBS Sunday Morning

What is something that no one know about you?
I lived in Micronesia for almost a year.

What are some of your favorite things?
Traveling, chai tea, learning, camping, chocolate, kindness, reading.

Want to be featured in the CPHA E-News? Fill out the form here!

 
<< first < Prev 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Next > last >>

Page 18 of 23