Jennifer began her career at the University of Colorado in the Department of Medicine in 1985 where she remained for 14 ½ years. In 2000 she left to help her husband with his business and stay home with her young children. In September, 2009 she returned to the University and joined the Internal Medicine Training Program. Jennifer and her husband, Gary, have three daughters. She enjoys gardening, canning and spending time with her family.
Nicole graduated from West Virginia University with BA degrees in Foreign Language and Political Science along with a minor in Business Administration. She then attended Cleveland State University where she completed a Master of Nonprofit Administration and Leadership (MNAL). Following her education, Nicole worked for a marketing firm in Ohio, managing the fundraising campaigns of various local and national nonprofit organizations. She eventually found her way to Denver, where she now assists the Internal Medicine Residency Training Program as Assistant Program Administrator. In her spare time Nicole enjoys reading, stitching, and hanging out with her husband and their furry kids.
Mary graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder with a BA degree in Business Administration. After graduation, she married and started her family, while working as an Account Manager. During 20 plus years in senior account management, Mary became experienced in all aspects of business acumen, including business management, office administration, marketing, training and advising. In 2011, Mary earned her Master of Science degree in Higher Education with an emphasis in Adult Teaching and Learning. In October 2018, she joined the Internal Medicine Training Program as the Residency Education Coordinator. Mary is a Colorado native. She enjoys traveling, reading, bowling, camping and spending time with family.
Jefferson graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a BA in Business Administration, double majoring in marketing and management. Shortly thereafter, he got a job at University Hospital working the desk at the internal medicine clinic at Anschutz. Eventually, he found himself in a supervisor role at integrative medicine for a short stint before finding the opportunity to come work for the University in his current role with the residency training program. A self-proclaimed music junkie, you can always count on finding Jefferson outside of work at a concert or listening to live music somewhere with people he cares about. Stop by his office, and you’ll find he’s always listening to music there as well. He also loves getting out to see the beauty that this state has to offer. He enjoys his early morning weekend hikes with scenic views and any trails that take him along water.
Elle grew up just outside of Chicago in Oak Park, Illinois. She moved to Colorado in 2013 where she attended Colorado State University and studied Biological Anthropology. While her initial intent was to become an Orthopedic Surgeon, during her college years she realized her passion for working with students of all varieties and excitedly switched career paths. Since graduating in 2017, she has spent time working in both higher education and health care as a medical scribe. She loves melding her two passions for science and people by working in health care administration. In her spare time, Elle enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, baking, cuddling with her cat, Donnie, and planning a wedding with her fiance, Nick.
Erica rejoined Denver Health in July of 2020 as the Primary Care Track Program Administrator in collaboration with the University of Colorado’s Resident Program for Internal Medicine. Prior to this role, she was the Utilization Management Program Administrator at the Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF). During her tenure at HCPF, she helped the organization streamline inpatient operations within Colorado Hospitals, resolved billing errors, revised the prior authorization process, and assisted with the inpatient response for the coronavirus pandemic. Erica is a graduate of Metropolitan State University, where she majored in Health Care Management and currently lives in Denver with her husband and children. When she is not keeping busy with work or home-schooling children you can find her at a lake paddle boarding her heart out.
Cayleigh is the Education Programs Coordinator for the Hospital Medicine Group. Cayleigh is a native to Colorado, but spent 8 years in Wyoming where she attended college, worked for Big Brothers Big Sisters and taught high schoolers through the Upward Bound Program. Cayleigh received a Bachelor of Science in Physiology through the University of Wyoming, and is currently finishing her Masters in Neuroscience. Cayleigh’s focus is on health education programming at all levels. Currently, in addition to the HTP she helps in coordinating the Health Innovations Scholars Program, the Advanced Practice Fellowship, Launchpad- the faculty development program, and the Hospital Medicine Sub-Internship. She has a passion for medicine, education, and helping others excel. In her spare time, she enjoys playing volleyball, being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with her friends and family.