Meet the Team!

Stephanie Wasserman, MSPH

Executive Director

Stephanie joined the Colorado Children’s Immunization Coalition as executive director in 2012. Under her leadership, the organization has deepened its policy focus, expanded key partnerships and significantly increased foundation revenues. Read More.

Meredith Kersten

Communications Director

Serving in communication roles for CCIC since 2010, Meredith has enjoyed the opportunity to impact Colorado’s public health through the development and implementation of statewide communication campaigns, including the award-winning Immunize for Good campaign, traditional and social media, community outreach, and special events. Read More.

Elizabeth Abbott, MPH

Director of Programs and Strategy

​Liz joined CCIC in October 2013 and works to manage programs and partnerships that contribute to CCIC’s mission. Read More.

Jordan Savold

Communications and Research Coordinator

Jordan joined CCIC in July 2015 as a recent graduate of Colorado College, where she received a B.A. in Sociology. Her studies and experiences have focused most specifically on social epidemiology and social determinants of health, the spatial analysis of social issues, outreach, and education. Read More.

Lila Rosenman

Policy and Engagement Fellow

Lila serves as the Policy and Engagement Fellow through Colorado College’s Public Interest Fellowship Program. She’s a recent graduate of CC with a B.A. in Sociology and Race, Ethnic, and Migration Studies. Read More.

Katherine (Kestel) Waters

Public Health Associate

Katie joined CCIC in October 2016 as a Public Health Associate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). After graduating in 2015 from the University of Minnesota Rochester with a B.S. in Health Sciences, she served as an AmeriCorps VISTA working to establish county-wide coalitions to address local food insecurity across the state of Iowa. Read More.

Tye Harlow, MPH

Program Coordinator

Tye Harlow joined CCIC in January 2017 after completing her Masters of Public Health in Infectious Diseases from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in May of 2016. Read More.