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Liz has worked with the CCC on special projects since the beginning of the collaborative, helping with grant management and sustainability for incubated programs like Bridging. More recently, Liz has taken the lead in developing The Connection Initiative, Working Communities Challenge in Washington County, and was instrumental in launching the Thriving in Place initiative. She has more than 30 years of experience in delivering innovative health and human services to Native Communities and consults with a variety of organizations, including Native American Tribes, regarding health care, health systems, training and program development. Recent awards Liz has received for her work include the 2013 Indian Health Service Health Advocate of the Year; and the 2014 National Indian Health Board Recognition for Outstanding Service to Advance American Indian and Alaska Native Health.
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