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Emerging Leaders Series: Resume Building and LinkedIn
CSU - Nancy Richardson Design Center’s Ideation Lab (RDC 120)
522 West Lake Street
Fort Collins, CO 80523
United States

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Thursday, February 17, 2022, 6:00 PM MDT
Category: Committee Event


When applying for public health positions, you need a strong resume and LinkedIn presence that showcases your skills and qualifications. Crafting these things well makes you stand out as the incredible candidate you are! Join this workshop hosted by the Emerging Leaders Committee to gain tools and resources to help you score that perfect dream job interview!

Due to the weather, we have added Zoom capabilities for tonight! Samantha and I will still be in Fort Collins tonight to meet you in person, but if you aren’t able to make it, we’d love to see you on Zoom!


Learn More about our Presenters:

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JK Costello, MD, MPH


Rhiannon Streight, MPH

JK Costello, MD, MPH, develops population health plans for substance use disorder prevention, treatment, and recovery. Inspired by the ongoing explosion of addiction and overdose, he works across medicine, public health, and community organizations to create a community of recovery in publicly-funded treatment systems. He has spearheaded major, statewide transformational behavioral health projects, such as substance use treatment in jails and contingency management policy and funding. For the last 3 years, JK has mentored current MPH students, including two of the Behavioral Health Consultants currently employed by the Steadman Group. JK has an impressive LinkedIn presence and manages both the Steadman Group's and the Colorado Public Health Association's LinkedIn accounts. In addition, JK is a person in long-term recovery from substance use and mental health disorders, emphasizing inclusion of people with lived experience in all that he does.


Rhiannon Streight, MPH is experienced in rural community health assessment, qualitative research, community outreach, grant writing, and facilitation. Certified in the Technology of Participation (ToP) by the Institute of Cultural Affairs, Rhiannon is skilled at planning and management, guiding groups to meet all their objectives and arrive at consensus. She currently co-leads the facilitation of two $1 million dollar HRSA grants, successfully bringing together a diverse collection of stakeholders with varying interests and expertise to accomplish myriad complicated initiatives pertaining to substance use disorders. To improve treatment and recovery for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, Rhiannon recently led a systems mapping project in El Paso County for Pikes Peak Community Health Partnership. She also leads organizational development consulting with a small non-profit called the Don’t Look Back Center, ensuring that all the organization's grants, efforts of the Board of Directors, and staff fall in line with the mission and vision of the organization.

Contact: Lisa Peters, Senior Director of the ELC ([email protected])