Rhiannon Streight, MPH is experienced in community health assessment, qualitative research, facilitation, and grant writing. Rhiannon works closely with many non-profits across Colorado to develop programs that address issues across the behavioral health spectrum. To improve treatment and recovery for individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, Rhiannon is currently leading a systems mapping project in El Paso County for Pikes Peak Community Health Partnership. Other recent work includes organizational development consulting with The Don’t Look Back Center–a non-profit serving women and transwomen reentering the community from incarceration–and grant writing for Memorial Regional Health, supporting their Rural Communities Opioid Response Program (RCORP) Psychostimulant support program application to 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.