Linda Zittleman, MSPH
Linda is the Co-Director for the High Plains Research Network (HPRN). With HPRN, she oversees all aspects of research and program activities and fosters and coordinates the HPRN Community Advisory Council. She is experienced in community-based participatory research and practice-based research. Linda greatly enjoys working with people on the eastern plains and informing urban folks of the knowledge gained and new ideas from rural settings.
Working with people on the eastern plains and informing urban folks of the knowledge gained and new ideas from rural settings, travel, photography, gardening.
Part owner of an NFL team – the Green Bay Packers!
Community Research Liaison
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In 2014, Jennifer retired from a background of 15 years of corporate experience in Human Resource Management & Health Care Insurance for Employee Benefits in Denver, where she has been an advocate and facilitator of corporate wellness programs.
She has a Bachelor’s degree from Marylhurst University in Interdisciplinary Studies of Education, English, and Cultural and Historical Studies. As a Community Research Liaison for the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the Department of Family Medicine, specifically the High Plains Research Network, Jennifer supports Community Based Participatory Research through a variety of health research projects and quality improvement programs to the six counties in southeastern Colorado in which she resides.
Jennifer enjoys building relationships, increasing health equity, understanding relevant local issues, promoting genuine, respectful patient care, and engaging communities in health awareness fulfills a desire in making a difference.
Jennifer is Healing Touch Certified Practitioner, which is energy therapy support to facilitate connection, openness, and balance in clients’ energy field system. She also is a certified Graphologist and does Handwriting Therapy to help clients improve their memory, motivation, self-esteem, and change unwanted behaviors.