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Northeast Representative Term 2021-2023 

Dan Joseph

Weld County Health Department

I am originally from Illinois and ended up moving to Colorado to attend UNC.  I earned a degree in environmental earth science with a minor in environmental studies.   My studies required an internship and I found one with the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment.  Six months after graduating a position opened with Weld and I was hired.  That was 22 years ago!  My entire career has been with Weld, but it has allowed me to hold many different positions at many different levels giving me a lot of knowledge and relationships to draw upon.   I love my new position, but retail food will always be close to my heart.  When I am not working, I love playing sports (racquetball and hockey) and spending time with family and friends.  I have been a member of CEHA for a long time and am happy to be part of the team.

Southeast Representative, Term 2022-2023 (board appointed; require vote from membeership)

Kelli Powell

Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment

Kelli is an Environmental Health Specialist with Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment where she primarily works in the Retail Food and Marijuana programs. In 2006 she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from the University of Denver where she went on to explore professions in banking, law enforcement, and liquor and marijuana licensing before taking an interest in public health. Kelli is a Pueblo native with a passion for making the community where she lives and works a healthy and thriving environment. Kelli joined the Colorado Environmental Health Association’s (CEHA) Annual Education Conference (AEC) Planning Committee during the 2020-2021 year and went on to hold the position of AEC Chair for 2021-2022. She is excited to fulfill her new role as Southeast Representative for 2022-2023. In her free time, she enjoys photography, hiking, exploring all that colorful Colorado has to offer, cooking and baking, and spending quality time with friends and family.

West Slope Representative, Term 2021-2023

Hannah Wynd

Grand County Public Health

Hannah Wynd is an Environmental Health Specialist at Grand County Public Health overseeing the rather new department of Environmental Health. Previously she was an Environmental Health Specialist at Summit County Public Health beginning in 2017 and worked within food safety, water quality, and air quality. She was raised in Colorado and received her Bachelor of Arts in 2015 from the University of Colorado Boulder double majoring in Environmental Studies and Geography with a specialization in Sustainable Development. Her interest in environmental health lead her to pursue a Master of Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health Anschutz Medical Campus with a concentration in Global Environmental and Occupational Health in 2016. In addition, she also obtained the REHS credential in 2018. Hannah looks forward to the opportunity to serve Colorado’s environmental health community with providing a focus on the unique and diverse needs of the Western Slope. She loves living in rural Northwestern Colorado with her family and two dogs.

Metropolitan Representative, Term 2022-2023 (board appointed; requires vote from membership)

Connor Carrillo

Denver Department of Public Health and Environment

Connor Carrillo is a Communicable Disease Epidemiologist with the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment. Connor earned a B.S. in Microbiology from Washington State University and MPH in Epidemiology from the Colorado School of Public Health. Connor started his career as an Environmental Health Specialist with Tri-County Health Department before transitioning to an Epidemiology role at Tri-County and then later joining DDPHE. Connor’s work is primarily focused around enteric diseases in retail food establishments, childcare centers, and long term care facilities. Outside of work you can find Connor trail running in the mountain parks along the front range.

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