Jennifer Broderick Engleby provides organizational and operational leadership to the Ludeman Center. Drawing on more than 25 years of experience as a business and finance leader in the corporate and nonprofit sectors, she enjoys being a force to achieve goals, work closely with others and learn new things along the way. Jennifer has a BS in Business Purchasing and Logistics Management from Arizona State University. An avid reader, she also loves to cook, explore the outdoors with her family and garden, and is learning to create pottery, with results that she describes as mixed at best.
Nan Oudet develops and manages education and outreach initiatives and programs for the Ludeman Center. Her professional background includes teaching English and History in France, nonprofit management roles in program development, community and foundation relations, grantwriting, and development positions, and managing and developing business in Colorado for a New York based company. She holds a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University and an MSW from the University of Denver. Outside of work, Nan enjoys spending time running, hiking, skiing, and travelling.
Devin Lynn leads communication efforts for the Ludeman Family Center for Women's Health Research. He manages social media, web development, the newsletter and other Ludeman Center communications. Devin joined the team with significant expertise in internal and external communications at the University of Colorado having worked with the Office of Advancement and Employee Services. Originally from Wyoming, Devin earned a BS in Mass Communications from Black Hills State University and a MA in Political Science from the University of Colorado Denver. In his free time, Devin enjoys cooking, traveling and skiing.
Research Programs Lead
Senior Principal Gift Officer, Office of Advancement
Elizabeth Hepworth is a Senior Principal Gift Officer at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, providing philanthropic and strategic leadership to the Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research. Elizabeth has been in this role since 2007 and in development for over 25 years. She is inspired regularly by the commitment of community leaders when connected with their passion and vision to transform women’s health. Prior to development work Elizabeth was on the executive staff for the Governor of New Mexico for two terms. Elizabeth was born and raised in New Mexico and relocated to Denver with her husband who is a native. They have three daughters who keep them busy, but family hobbies include traveling and skiing. Elizabeth attended Drake University and the University of New Mexico.
Assistant to Dr. Regensteiner | Research Services Professional
Gina Daly provides administrative support to Dr. Judy Regensteiner and is also the program assistant for the Doris Duke and Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health (BIRCWH) Grants. Gina has many years of experience managing a Howard Hughes Medical Institute research laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine along with a decade of experience in legal administration. Originally from Pennsylvania, Gina holds a BA in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross. Outside of work, Gina and her family enjoy travel, exploring the natural wonders, kayaking and interacting with people from diverse cultural backgrounds.