Meet The Team
Lynne serves as the Executive Director of the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies and the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine.
Ms. Jones has a broad range of experience in the non-profit, government and for-profit sectors of the health care and human service fields. Most recently, she held leadership positions in a private, then publicly held medical practice in Colorado in marketing, patient experience and business development roles. Prior to that she served in a regional and statewide role under contracts with the Colorado Department of Health and Environment.
Her volunteer work has encompassed a private grantmaking foundation, senior services, young mothers and the arts. Lynne is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of science in marketing and holds a graduate certificate in marketing from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Lynne is also pursuing professional coaching certification through the International Coaching Federation. She and her husband Paul have two adult children and enjoy traveling and the great outdoors of Colorado.
Contact Lynne with questions about the Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies, the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine, residency funding, and graduate medical education activities.
Director of Operations and Programs
Julie serves as the Director of Operations and Programs for the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies, and the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine.
With more than 15 years of progressive and diverse experience in the non-profit arena, Julie has documented successes in the areas of program development, recruitment and retention, marketing and communications, graduate medical education (GME) and operations as well as evaluating the effectiveness of programs and efficiency of processes.
Prior to her current role, Julie worked for 10.5 years for the American Academy of Family Physicians where she worked as a Member Relations Specialist and received numerous recognition awards for excellence in member recruitment and retention, program management, member service and conference coordination.
She has a degree in social psychology, is passionate about children's rights, animal welfare, poverty alleviation and social services. Julie is a recipient of the Vanderburgh County CASA Crisis Management award for her work as Court- Appointed Special Advocate for children.
Contact Julie with questions on marketing, communications, data & market research, medical student & resident resources, recruitment, loan repayment, rural precepting, rural rotations, rural training tracks, job postings within the state of Colorado and questions about board member activities for the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies, and the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine.
Director of Graduate Medical Education
Mannat serves as the Director of Graduate Medical Education for the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies, the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine, and the GME Initiative.
Prior to her current role, Mannat worked as a consultant for the Commission on Family Medicine and the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine to help develop the Rural Training Tracks, produce research/reports on different areas relating to rural family medicine, and leading the GME Initiative. She also has experience in local and federal advocacy for health care, designing and leading programs related to improved quality and access to care, grants management and administration, strategy in policy and programs, and developing telehealth initiatives across Colorado and the country. She has a Master's in Public Administration from the University of Colorado.
Contact Mannat with questions on faculty development, quality improvement, rural training track development questions, learning collaborative information (Primary Care Innovation Collaborative and the Rocky Mountain Research Forum), data collection or research project opportunities, advocacy on local, regional and national levels, the GME Initiative, or anything else related to the education and policy work at the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies, and the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine.