Jennifer W Moreland, MPH
Denver Public Health – Chronic Disease Manager
Jennifer Morelandis the Chronic Disease Manager at Denver Public Health. She oversees projects and staff on smoke-free living, access to healthy food and beverages, safe physical environments, and blood pressure control. She currently leads Denver Health’s adoption of healthy food and beverage, breastfeeding, and promotion standards to improve the hospital’s environment for patient and employee health.
Additionally, Jennifer facilitates the Denver Metro Partnership for Healthy Beverage Consumption, a collaboration of six Denver metro health departments. She has led efforts to secure sustainable funding for Denver Safe Routes to School staff positions, an employee health and productivity position at Denver Health, and the adoption of Denver’s Complete Streets Policy. She also served in Peace Corps Nepal training health workers and supporting economic development projects.
Jennifer has a Masters of Public Health with a focus on International Health from Tulane University. Jennifer received the “Excellence in Public Health Education” Award from the Colorado Society for Public Health Education in 2007 and Denver’s” Bike Hero” Award in 2011. She is a graduate of the RIHEL Advanced Leadership Training Program (2008).
RIHEL FACULTY FOR:
Leadership for Healthy Community Design Program