Tasia Sinn, Research Analyst, joined the Colorado Health Institute in July 2009 as a Colorado College Public Interest Fellow. She works on a variety of topic areas, particularly focusing on long-term services and supports and Medicaid. She also provides support for many of CHI’s surrounding the legislature’s health policy work.
Tasia has prepared several two-page briefs for CHI’s Health Policy Roundtables for Legislators, one on Medicaid in Colorado and the other on long-term services and supports. She also worked on the “The Boomer Challenge” presentation for the roundtables. She led the effort to produce the publication Long-Term Services and Supports in Colorado and continues to be a resident expert in the topic.
In addition, Tasia is the lead manager for CHI’s web site and was a key member of the group that worked on the 2011 redesign project.
Tasia attended The Colorado College and came to CHI fresh out of school. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in American political economy and a minor in urban studies. Her degree integrated politics and economics to examine social structures, institutions, ideologies and culture within the United States. She is a native Coloradan.