Stephanie Coronel-Mockler is Co-Director at CPC Community Health programs. Prior to joining CPC in 2004, she was a Genetic Research Associate at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska where she managed studies on hereditary cancers, and provided education to families dealing with hereditary cancers. To stay connected to the public health community, she served on the Colorado Society of Public Health Education’s (COSOPHE) Board for three years, and continues to be a member of both COSOPHE and the Colorado Public Health Association. In 2008, Stephanie was awarded the Excellence in Public Health Education Award and is an alum of the Regional Institute for Health and Environmental Leadership’s Advanced Leadership Training Program. When not at work, she enjoys playing tennis, being outdoors, photography, cooking yummy but healthy meals, and playing the piano.
At CPC, Stephanie oversees the design, implementation and evaluation of the Colorado Heart Healthy Solutions (CHHS) and Community Heart Health Actions for Latinos at Risk (CHARLAR) programs. She enjoys program evaluation and designing health promotion software applications that incorporate interactive health communication technology to improve health. Between 2006 and 2008, she participated in the development of several revisions of the Health-e-Solutions cardiovascular risk assessment, and in 2009, she led the design and development of CHHS’ Outreach, Screening and Referral (OSCAR) system.