Rhiannon Streight, MPH is experienced in community health assessment, qualitative research, community outreach, and grant writing. Recently, Rhiannon completed a program evaluation for Denver Urban Gardens’ school garden program, Healthy Seedlings, in which she facilitated community focus groups and interviews, and created a survey tool to measure the impact of gardening on student mental health. In addition, Rhiannon works closely with the Health Partnership—a nonprofit serving Northwest Colorado—to convene recovery services for the region’s rural communities through a variety of different grant proposals. Other recent projects include grant writing for Chaffee County Public Health and Mercy Regional Medical Center, supporting their respective Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) applications for HRSA.
Rhiannon received her BA in Cultural Anthropology from Colorado State University, and her MPH from the University of Colorado, Colorado School of Public Health.