Speaker Date Topic
Grant Recipients Jan 26, 2021
Keri Jaeger, BSN, MBA Feb 02, 2021
Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice

A nonprofit 501(c) (3) agency founded in 1980, Mount Evans provides compassionate and experienced care to individuals and families, including home health, palliative care, and hospice. In addition to medical services, Mount Evans offers grief support, caregiver support, community health services and education.

A new leader recently assumed the helm at Mount Evans Home Health & Hospice. She’s a mountain resident of Idaho Springs, a nurse, and an incredibly competent health care administrator with a wealth of experience. Her name is Keri Jaeger. Although her name may be new to the broader mountain community, she’s not new to Mount Evans. She’s spent the last three years nurturing a team of more than 60 clinicians as the Senior Director of Clinical Services. Jaeger is credited with gently guiding the organization to a sustainable future that allows our care teams to provide more and better care to the mountain community’s rapidly growing number of patients. While doing so, she earned the genuine love and respect of her team.

Club Assembly Feb 09, 2021
Arana Hagan Feb 16, 2021
12 Step Groups

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Arana Hagan Mar 16, 2021
Operation Big Sister Website

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David L. Woodland, PhD Mar 23, 2021
The Science Behind Pandemics - Past, Present, and Future

Dr. Woodland (Woody) ran a federally-funded research laboratory for many years studying mechanisms of pulmonary disease mediated by pandemic pathogens. He also served on the government's National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity setting guidelines for the laboratory handling of extremely dangerous pathogens and for many years (until this year) was the Editor-in-Chief of the international research journal, Viral Immunology.  His 20-minute talk will address the initiation, frequency, and impact of pandemics in general and will also finish on a few comments about SARS-CoV-2 (i.e. the talk is not exclusively focused on the current pandemic). 

Dr. Marny Eulberg Apr 06, 2021
District Polio+ chair