Taylor Kelley

Program Manager
Taylor Kelley portrait

I Do This Work Because

I believe that health care is a human right and people should have the opportunity to live long, healthy lives. I have seen these systems consistently fail people, and I hope to create greater collaboration and improvement for all areas of health.


Favorite Quote         

“If access to health care is considered a human right, who is considered human enough to have that right?” - Paul Farmer

Favorite Music

Noah Kahan, John Mayer, Sara Bareilles, The Head and the Heart, Showtunes


Taylor Kelley joined CHI as a Program Manager in 2024. She facilitates multi-stakeholder health promotion and research initiatives. With a strong foundation in data analysis and strategic leadership, she has made significant contributions to various organizations in the public health sector.

Prior to joining CHI, Taylor served as an Implementation Manager at Larimer County Behavioral Health Services in Fort Collins. Her commitment to public health extended to her involvement with Homeward Alliance as the Health Initiative Director, where she improved access to health care for people experiencing homelessness, and the Health District of Northern Larimer County, where she supported community health survey assessments and data analysis initiatives. 

Taylor holds a master’s in public health with a focus in global health and health disparities from the Colorado School of Public Health and a bachelor of arts in sociology from Gonzaga University. 

In her free time, Taylor enjoys reading, going to the gym, exploring restaurants, watching college basketball, cooking, and traveling.


  • Project management
  • Program development and evaluation
  • Strategic planning
  • Data and statistical evaluation
  • Survey writing

Focus Areas

  • Value-based payment reform
  • Behavioral health
  • Community health
  • Social determinants of health