“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 is a seasoned executive that has worked in healthcare operations and information systems for 20 years in a variety of complex and nationally recognized organizations. She earned her Masters of Public Health in Management and Policy from UCLA and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Jaime is an active philanthropist, volunteer and advocate in Colorado. She recently served, as the Chair of the 2019 March of Dimes Denver March for Babies, has been a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters for over 7 years, was the Vice Chair of the American Heart Association’s State Advocacy Committee, and served as the Chair of the Board and Board Member for Environmental Learning for Kids for 4 years.