May 2018 Webinar

BeHeard Mile High: Metro Denver Community Based Longitudinal Paneling Efforts to Advance Social Justice and Health Equity

Right now our voices aren't being heard in a unified way - BeHeard Mile High is striving to change that. Wivine Ngongo, MPH, Panel Manager for BeHeard Mile High, shares strategies to better obtain data from underrepresented/underserved populations; how The Center for African American Health uses the data to influence policy/program development at the local level; and, how to collaboratively communicate community health data to influence outcomes. Webinar Flyer.

Presentation Slides

April 2018 Webinar

Strategies for Effective Communication

Listen to Kelly Stainback-Tracy share about her experience at the "Putting Power Behind Your Message: Storytelling with Lynn Davey" workshop. Kelly takes a deeper dive into storytelling and some of the unintended consequences that may occur with individual storytelling. She provides some ideas and examples about how to frame a story to highlight systemic issues instead of invoking personal attribution that may not support the message. Webinar Flyer.


Presentation Slides

May 2017

White Coats for Black Lives

March 2017 Webinar

Health Equity and the Built Environment

In continuation of the February webinar, we will move upstream in our discussion of the built environment. We will explore how issues related to housing/urban growth/land development can contribute to economic and class segregation and in turn, shape our communities, cultures and other characteristics that influence inequities around chronic disease, mental health and social determinants of health. We will also look at what that means for us as individuals and how it can shape our interactions within our communities.

Presented by: 

Adam Anderson, MPH, MURP
Population Health Epidemiologist
Tri-County Health Department

February 2017 Webinar

Description: Join us for a Valentine’s Day discussion about the role of built environment and parks and recreation in public health.  Learn how early forward thinking professionals shaped how we look at nature, parks and physical activity in urban areas, and how these early movements set the stage for linking health to the built environment and public parks and rec. Travel through time, looking through a health equity lens, to our current opportunities to connect and collaborate for viable experiences (i.e. physical activity, nutrition, community gardens, obesity prevention, and shade) for the health of our communities.  What’s not to love?


Haley Stewart, MPH
Public Health Planner
Office of Planning, Partnerships and Improvement
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment

Jo Burns, MS, CTRS
Owner, Jo Burns Consulting, LLC
Co-Founder, Public Health/Parks and Recreation Collaborative

January 2017 Webinar

Legislative Advocacy 101

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.  

Presenter:  Diana Protopapa, Partner, Frontline Public Affairs
Moderator: Amy Winterfeld, Policy Director, Colorado Public Health Association

December 2016 Inaugural Webinar

Health Equity for Transgender Youth

In partnership with the Colorado Society for Public Health Educators (COSOPHE), the Public Health Nurses Association of Colorado (PHNAC), and the Colorado Environmental Health Association (CEHA), CPHA is launching the Colorado Public Health Webinar Series to share new learning and professional development opportunities. These lunchtime webinars will be a tremendous way to connect you to a positive, passionate movement in support of great health for all. 

In December, the Colorado Public Health Webinar Series focused on health equity issues related to transgender youth in Colorado. Our presenter was Leo Kattari, an inspiring advocate for health equity and social justice. He currently oversees the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Leo's background is in social work, policy/advocacy, community mobilization, and health education. He has worked with organizations, universities, and health care institutions across the country to advance the health and well-being of all people with an emphasis in LGBT health, leadership development, and community engagement. You can view the webinar slides here. Additional resources concerning this webinar can be found here

Watch this 25 minute webinar below.