The Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership (RIHEL) is the regional leadership institute founded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico.
We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and connecting leaders who work collaboratively in diverse sectors and communities to create and sustain the health and well-being of people and the environment. RIHEL provides leadership training and other professional development experiences for the public health, health care, wellness, environmental health and environmental professionals in the region. With 950 graduates of our comprehensive leadership programs, RIHEL is also an association of vibrant, forward-looking professionals dedicated to the health and environment of our region.
Article: Program Spotlight: Leadership for Healthy Community Design (pdf)
Erin Fosdick, City of Longmont
Planning Matters, Vol. 15, Issue 2
A publication of the Colorado Chapter of the American Planning Association