Stephanie Salazar-Rodriguez

Stephanie Salazar-Rodriguez

Regional Health Connector

Stephanie is a second generation native of Denver from a mixed Latino and Native American background and is bilingual in Spanish and English. She has over 20 years’ experience working to address social determinants to health and health/education inequities with marginalized communities. She also has extensive experience in grant writing, grant reviewing and providing training and technical assistance.

Stephanie is currently an MPH Candidate with an emphasis in Leadership at UCD-Anschutz after earning a Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University; she is also a Paralegal. Stephanie was as a Program Manager for a Promotores de Salud Program and has worked extensively with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to provide education, enrollment assistance and health literacy.

Extremely active in the local community, Stephanie and serves on the Denver Health Community Advisory Panel, Denver Health/Kaiser Permanente CoPPiR Network, Colorado SIM Community Engagement Workgroup, Florence Crittenton Hispanic Advisory Council, Patient Navigator Community Health Worker/Promotores de Salud (PN CHW PdS) Alliance and Wisdom Keepers. In her free time she enjoys walking her three dogs, listening to music and working toward improving her own health and wellness.

Stephanie@milehighhealthalliance.org and (720) 465-7058