Callie Anne Bittner, MS, RN, Co-Active Coach is a Project Director at The Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence, Colorado’s nursing workforce center whose vision is to transform healthcare through workforce innovation. Callie Anne is responsible for leading The Center’s, The Nursing Leadership Connection; a large networking group that promotes and prepares nurse leaders to attain their personal and professional goals by developing executive presence, leadership tools and skills. She is also the director of the United Health Foundation Behavioral Health Grant which supports 43 rural Colorado nurse practitioners to return to school to attain their certificate in psychiatric mental health in order to expand access to behavioral health services in rural Colorado. Callie Anne completed her bachelor’s degree at Denver College of Nursing and her Master of Science in Nursing Leadership and Education at Regis University. Callie Anne has over ten years of clinical and teaching experience in telemetry and progressive care units in both rural and urban areas, has served as a clinical manager and field nurse in the home health setting. She is an Affiliate Faculty member at Regis University, a published author, national speaker, co-lead for the state of Colorado’s Action Coalition and Nurses on Boards Coalition. Callie Anne is a formally trained leadership and executive coach through the Coaches Training Institute and has been formally coaching for over five years.
Haley Zachary is the lead Communicable Disease Epidemiologist with El Paso County Public Health, during the COVID Response she has served as the Deputy Branch Manager for the Epidemiology team as well as the manager for the EPC School Response. She received her Master of Science in Public Health from Tulane University with a concentration in Environmental Health Sciences. Historically Haley’s primary work has been focused in zoonotic and vector-borne diseases including the response to Zika Virus in Florida, West Nile Virus in New Mexico and rodent-borne diseases in New Orleans, when not working in the COVID world she serves her health department conducting disease surveillance, outbreak detection and investigation, case interviews and statistical analysis for all reportable conditions in El Paso County.
Tom Dueber is the Volunteer Services Manager for Boulder Community Health. During his time at BCH he has also done marketing for the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center and worked on the front-line as a COVID19 Screener at the main Foothills campus. Tom grew up in Longmont, attended Drake University and has 20+ years of experience as a manager and director in the fitness and wellness industries. Tom is also a member of the St Vrain Valley Schools Career Development Center Health Sciences Advisory Committee and in his spare time he enjoys hiking with his dog Matilda, travel, and coaching competitive girls’ soccer.
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