Lili Tenney is the associate director for outreach and programs at the Center for Health, Work & Environment and a senior instructor at the Colorado School of Public Health where she teaches graduate courses in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health. Her work focuses on Total Worker Health® (TWH) and public health practice. She has over nine years of experience in dissemination and implementation, program planning, leadership, and strategic partnerships including directing public health programs focused on promoting worker health, safety, and well-being. Lili is the co-founder and director of Health Links®, an initiative to help businesses identify solutions for worker health and safety by providing them with assessment, consulting, and certification. She speaks nationally on the role employers and work environments play in creating a healthier workforce. She is passionate about integrating TWH with business sustainability, helping develop impact goals and planning for work, health, and corporate social responsibility.
Lili graduated from the Colorado School of Public Health with an MPH concentrating in community and behavioral health and epidemiology and completed her DrPH in 2020.