Brianna Robles, MPH is experienced in emergency response, community needs assessments, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, and health education.
In previous work, Brianna has collaborated with local health departments on various community assessments surrounding sexual health, physical health, outdoor recreation, and mental health. Working with Larimer County in 2020, Brianna designed and implemented a mixed methods county-wide sexual health needs assessment. Her findings were presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality international conference in 2020.
Upon graduating from the Colorado School of Public Health, Brianna worked valiantly on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic for two years, collecting and analyzing vital state-wide data and training hundreds of investigators.
Brianna understands that community empowerment is at the heart of identifying and improving social determinants of health. Her personal hobbies include baking sourdough, teaching yoga, gardening, camping, and hiking big mountains with her 2-year-old.