Senior Program Associate, Research
Hue provides organizational and programmatic support for content development and applied research in community economic development and community wealth building strategies that involve anchor institutions. She believes that advocacy for equitable system changes, community partnerships, and policy changes are the ways to have positive change in communities.
Previously, Hue worked at HAN as an APHA/Kaiser Permanente Fellow. She also worked at Lifespan Local as a Public Health Educator, where she worked in partnership with various stakeholders to provide COVID-19 information to BIPOC community members. Before Lifespan Local, Hue worked at Asian Pacific Development Center and gained extensive experience developing and presenting mental health awareness for Asian communities. At the center, she led psychosocial groups for youth and elders and did specific outreach in the Vietnamese community. She managed the budget and deliverables of the Elder Wellness Program to provide AAPI elders with social connections to improve mental health and decrease loneliness. She holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Ethnic Studies from the University of Colorado Denver and a Master of Public Health with a Global Maternal and Child Health concentration from the Colorado School of Public Health on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Hue has been trained in program design, implementation, and working with refugees and immigrants in Colorado for the past several years.