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Rosie Glaser, MPH

Rosie (they/them & she/her) is experienced in health education, grant writing, program planning, implementation, and policy advocacy. For Rosie, the power of storytelling brings community engagement to the forefront of all projects. Rosie’s passion for promoting community health stems from their background as a Peer Health Educator and Survivor’s Advocate.

Rosie’s journey in grant writing began at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) where they addressed period poverty by creating a free menstrual product provision program titled “Project M.E.: Menstrual Equity”. Since then, Rosie has served as an educator in the Human Services Department at UNC, has been the primary Grant Writer for the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra, and conducted Practicum and Capstone projects with Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. These experiences have nurtured a dedication to ensuring that everyone, especially those who live in rural communities, have access to the care and resources needed to thrive.

Rosie received their Bachelor of Science (BS) in Human Services from UNC, and in May 2024, will receive their Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Colorado School of Public Health with an emphasis in Community Health Education. Rosie is based in Northern Colorado where they can be found trying out a new recipe, creative writing, or spending time with rescue cats Oatmeal and Sophie.