“I am privileged to lead the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative. I believe that through education, programs and services, and public policy we will address our state’s maternal and infant care crisis.”
Jaime Cabrera is an accomplished executive who has worked for over 20 years in healthcare operations and information systems for a variety of complex and nationally recognized organizations. Jaime has extensive experience in strategic planning, business development, resource management, operations, and finance. She earned her Master of Public Health in Management and Policy from UCLA and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Jaime’s appreciation of the intersection of healthcare delivery and services with systems-level policy change developed during her graduate studies. Her passion for improving the health of communities led her to focus on maternal-child health. As the Executive Director of the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC), Jaime leads efforts to advance the mission of improving the health of pregnant and postpartum individuals, infants, and their families in Colorado. She collaborates across sectors to influence clinical practice, public policy, and community supports that bolster the physical and mental health of birthing individuals and their families. Jaime is driven to change the fact that the United States is one of the most dangerous nations to give birth. Jaime resides in Texas and works in Colorado and is an active philanthropist, volunteer and advocate. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of 2020 Mom and Treasured Vessels Foundation. Jaime previously served as the Chair of the March of Dimes Denver March for Babies, Chair of the Board for Environmental Learning for Kids, and has been a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado for nearly ten years.