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Anne Nederveld, MD, MPH

Andrea Nederveld, MD, MPH

PEACHnet Director

Email: Andrea.nederveld@cuanschutz.edu

How long have you worked with CU, DFM, or SNOCAP?

Anne has been with DFM since September of 2017 but with SNOCAP for about 6 years if you count the time before her fellowship when she was at Juniper Family Medicine.

Bio:

Anne is an internal medicine/pediatrics trained physician who practices in western Colorado. She is a clinician-researcher who is currently working to develop PEACHnet in western Colorado and also participating in a number of other studies, primarily on preventive health including obesity, addressing food insecurity and improving vaccinations.

Special Interests:

Trying to keep up with her kids and dog, who have all become faster skiers and runners than she is in the past few years! Also is learning to play the mandolin, but not quite ready for prime time on that one.

Elena Broaddus

Elena Broaddus

PEACHnet Associate Director

Email: Elena.broaddus@cuanschutz.edu

How long have you worked with CU, DFM, or SNOCAP?

Since August, 2018.

Bio:

Elena has a background in global public health and worked on research projects in a variety of countries before moving to western Colorado and becoming interested in local health issues. She loves learning about the communities and practices involved in PEACHnet and using innovative methods to research social determinants of health.

Special Interests:

Long nerdy conversations about data analysis, listening to audiobooks while driving through beautiful parts of western Colorado (a key component of working with PEACHnet, luckily), and biking and hiking with her daughter in the kid carrier.

Interesting Facts:

Elena was an Outward Bound youth program instructor before shifting to public health research.

Kelsey Duarte, MPH, CHES

Kelsey Duarte, MPH, CHES

PEACHnet Research Assistant

Email: Kelsey.Duarte@cuanschutz.edu

How long have you worked with CU, DFM, or SNOCAP?

Started in 2020.

Bio:

Kelsey has a background in public health and previously worked as a health promotions specialist in Mesa County. She has worked on projects improving community health through tobacco prevention and cessation, substance use and suicide prevention, and promoting the use of active transportation. She is excited to work with partners from across the Western Slope to improve the health and well-being of our communities.

Special Interests:

Getting outdoors with her husband and two huskies, cross country skiing, and enjoying the hot springs around Colorado.

Interesting Facts:

Kelsey isn’t much of a mountain biker but has done the White Rim trail in Canyonlands three times.