Who We Are
Liz Romer joined Caring for Colorado Foundation in November 2017 as a contracted consultant and project director for the Colorado Collaborative on Reproductive Health Equity. Together with the Colorado Health Foundation, we are leading an effort to continue Colorado’s success in removing barriers to access to effective contraceptive methods. Liz is an employee of the University of Colorado.
Liz received both her master of science in nursing and her doctor of nursing practice from the University of Colorado College of Nursing. She started her career as a nurse practitioner in the Adolescent Medicine Clinic at Children’s Hospital Colorado, where she developed a passion for young women’s health as the coordinator of the Title X family planning program. In 2009, Liz helped initiate the Family Planning Program at Children’s, also known as BC4U, and served as the director of this highly successful program that acts as a national model, serving over 12,000 youth and delivering more than 8,000 long-acting contraceptive methods in eight years. She continues her clinical work with BC4U part time.