Mannat Singh, MPA
Mannat Singh brings over twelve years of experience working in health policy and advocacy on local, regional, and national levels. Mannat has worked within and across all sectors of health policy in leadership roles as a committed and fierce advocate for equitable care for all.
Prior to joining CCHI, Mannat served as Senior Director at a Washington DC based health policy firm, as Senior Consultant for state and national health access and equity projects, and as the Director of Graduate Medical Education for The GME Initiative, the Colorado Commission on Family Medicine, the Colorado Institute of Family Medicine, and the Colorado Association of Family Medicine Residencies. In her previous roles, Mannat advocated for health equity in all fields of medicine; promoted training for primary care providers in advocacy, equity, and anti-racism; and lobbied for fair and appropriate distribution of, and investment in, healthcare providers in underserved communities. Mannat has developed grant programs and secured funding for underserved communities and populations with poor health status to create and sustain locally-owned programs and has built mission-based coalitions to strive for culturally appropriate, affordable, accessible, high quality, care to improve the health of the entire population.
Mannat is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Public Affairs with a Master’s in Public Administration, and serves as Faculty at the University of Colorado’s School of Medicine and Affiliate Faculty at the Eugene S. Farley Jr. Health Policy Center.
Outside of her professional commitments Mannat enjoys cooking, live music, traveling the world, and exploring Colorado with her dog Rose.