Nicole Weber


I Do This Work Because

I believe in the importance of having diverse representation and voices in all the work we do. If we want to ensure that our communities have positive health outcomes, it is crucial we work together across sectors and with the community to hear, understand and address the various barriers and issues they experience. I am excited to be at the forefront of these important conversations across a variety of topics and needs to ensure all Coloradans live long and healthy lives.

Favorite Quote

“Wear gratitude like a cloak, and it will feed every corner of your life.” – Rumi

Favorite Place in Colorado

Telluride during the Telluride Bluegrass Festival

Favorite Activity

Skiing all the gorgeous mountains the Western U.S. has to offer

At CHI, Nicole Weber leads a diverse portfolio of public health projects, including using regional partnerships to respond to COVID-19, immunization, behavioral health, and health equity needs. As part of this work she facilitates the Metro Denver Partnership for Health (MDPH) and its collaborative, cross-department work groups. In 2021 her leadership led MDPH to receive the Innovative Practice Gold Award from the National Association of County and City Health Officials for their collaborative approaches to the COVID-19 response.

Nicole was previously the Program Coordinator for a multicounty HPV-prevention grant at the Public Health Institute at Denver Health, where was responsible for leading health systems, communication, and quality improvement efforts aimed at increasing adolescent vaccination rates across Colorado. In 2018, the Colorado Public Health Association awarded her the Emerging Leader in Public Health Award for this regional collaborative work.

Nicole has also served as an Assistant Researcher studying medical decision-making and surgical outcomes at the University of Wisconsin Department of Surgery. Her specialties included improving patient and provider communication and helping older adults make health care choices that align with their values.

She earned a master’s degree in public health from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, where she worked with the Maternal and Child Health Bureau on continuing education and with the Association of Minnesota Counties on local legislative issues. Nicole also has a bachelor’s in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Sample Projects:

Skills: Facilitation, convening, strategic planning, grant writing, health messaging communication, training

Nicole on a laptop interacts with virtual conference participants.
Nicole Weber leads a virtual interactive breakout session during the 2022 Hot Issues in Health conference.

Focus Areas:

  • COVID-19 response
  • Immunizations
  • Care coordination
  • Social determinants of health
  • Behavioral health

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