Congratulations to Dr. Stacey Robben on receiving the PCMAC scholarship to attend the Advanced Leadership Training Program put on by the Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership in Denver, CO! Each year ALTP accepts approximately 45 health and environment professionals in the Rocky Mountain region to attend annually – CO, NM, WY. Dr. Robben was one of 5 individuals to receive the PCMAC scholarship, which focuses on advancing or advocating for primary care in Colorado. The application process included 2 letters of support, one of which had to be from an outside entity, a background check, a competitive essay as well as a discussion of the communities that we serve.
The Advanced Leadership Training Program is designed to enhance the leadership skills of the individual participants, and to create an interdisciplinary network of leaders who are dedicated to health and environment of our region. Participants can expect to learn about their own natural leadership style and how to harness it to create change. Learn practical skills like teamwork, communication, influence, and collaborative leadership. Participants will have a peer coach and will work on a real-world project to translate ideas into action. The in-person sessions help participants find collaboration and connection with fellow health and environmental professionals who seek to make a difference in their communities. Training will begin in August, with graduation in 2020.