Lili Tenney Starr, MPH
Deputy Director at the Center for Health, Work and Environment, Deputy Director of the Rocky Mountain Center for Total Worker Health
Lili Tenney Starr is the Deputy Director at the Center for Health, Work and Environment and Deputy Director of the new Rocky Mountain Center for Total Worker Health. She is an instructor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health. She is Co-founder and Director of Health Links, an initiative to promote healthier jobs by providing businesses with expert advising, certification, and connection to local resources. She conducts research on ways of improving population health, worker and employer-based outcomes. Lili graduated from the Colorado School of Public Health with a Masters of Public Health concentrating in community and behavioral health and epidemiology. She is currently working on completing her DrPH.