Stephanie Wasserman, MSPH

Executive Director

Stephanie joined the Immunize Colorado as executive director in 2012. Under her leadership, the organization has deepened its policy focus, expanded key partnerships, and significantly increased foundation revenues. Key successes include overseeing research on vaccine attitudes, strengthening the sharing and use of actionable data, spearheading the passage of evidence-based immunization legislation, launching new parent engagement strategies, and earning a 2017 finalist award for Small Non-Profit of the Year. Stephanie’s more than 25 years of experience managing public and community health initiatives include leading all aspects of a $2.5 million statewide initiative to promote school health and wellness. She also managed school-based health centers and community clinics throughout Colorado providing behavioral health, oral health, and primary care services, including immunizations, to medically underserved children. At the National Conference of State Legislatures, Stephanie served as a program director and provided expertise on priority public health issues to state lawmakers across the country. She served as the board chair of the Colorado Association for School-Based Health Care and a member-at-large at Colorado Public Health Association. She is also a founding board member of Academy 360, a public charter school with a core focus on student wellness and health promotion. In 2015 Stephanie won the Colorado Public Health Association’s Public Health Champion award.

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