Health Links™ is housed within Center for Health, Work & Environment, one of six Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health® recognized by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Our team of mentors and science-led experts are located in the Colorado School of Public Health on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. We are also supported by Ambassadors who champion health and safety in their communities and help us spread the word about our program.
Lili directs Health Links and is the associate director for outreach at the Center for Health, Work & Environment, overseeing Total Worker Health® strategy, programs, and research. She is responsible for outreach, dissemination, and partnerships leading engagement on priorities to achieve program goals and long-term impact. She earned a B.A. in Marketing from Leeds School of Business at CU Boulder and an MPH from the Colorado School of Public Health where she is currently working on her DrPH. For fun, she seeks outdoor adventure on skis and by foot, good food, and happy co-workers.
Lee contributes to Health Links’ vision, strategic planning, and content, bringing perspectives of a public health educator, physician and small business owner. He has traveled to over 50 countries with many more to go. He has a passion for his wife and kids, indigenous art, contemporary art, great food, and the great outdoors.
David oversees day-to-day operations of the Health Links program and advises organizations in our network, sharing resources and recommendations to improve the health and safety of their teams. David brings years of nonprofit consulting, business relations, and project management experience to Health Links. A proud husband and father of three, David is a lifelong learner and relationship builder. His hobbies include tennis, hiking, reading, and gardening.
Katie Guthmiller assists with program administration, communications, and customer relations for Health Links. She enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking and skiing.
Amanda provides communications support to the Health Links team through email marketing, social media and website management, and designing marketing collateral. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the mountains and looking at pictures of pugs.
Carol is the deputy director for the Center for Health, Work & Environment, which houses Health Links. Carol provides leadership and oversight for Health Links' evaluation program. Her background is in psychology, with a specific emphasis in program evaluation, and she has overseen evaluation activities for a number of public health programs. In her free time, she enjoys being outdoors and wrangling small children.
Miranda works with the Health Links team behind the scenes on all things data related. This includes data collection, data cleaning, and data analysis. She can often be found chasing her twins around Denver City Parks.
Brenda helps to coordinate Health Links events throughout the year and promotes Health Links programs at Colorado-based conferences. Outside of work, she spends as much time as possible playing with her granddaughter.
Giselle provides accounting and finance support for the Health Links team through all aspects of financial tracking, budgets, projections, billing, payables, and contract execution/maintenance. When not consumed by excel spreadsheets, she enjoys hiking, camping, playing tug-of-war with her pup, traveling, and learning about new cultures.
Cortney assists faculty and staff with various events, community outreach activities, and the membership program. Prior to joining Health Links, Cortney worked in the legal industry. She has experience in business development, event planning, and marketing. Cortney received her Master of Business Administration degree with a specialization in Change Management from the University of Colorado Denver in 2016.
Laura Veith helps lead strategic communications, storytelling, and research, event, and educational promotion for Health Links™. Her professional passion lies in finding the most engaging and effective way to communicate with her audience using the written word.
Lynn is a professional research assistant with the Center for Health, Work & Environment, focusing on the study of Total Worker Health® and assisting with the investigation of chronic kidney disease in Central American agricultural workers. Prior to joining the Center, she worked as a health data analyst evaluating Medicare claims data. An avid cyclist, Lynn enjoys riding a tandem bicycle with her spouse, Patrick.