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Heather Horton, Ph.D., Director

Heather was trained as a Clinical Psychologist, and has 20 years of experience in providing mental health services and working with survivors of interpersonal violence.  She came to CC in 2005 as The College's first Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.  In that role, she developed a comprehensive sexual assault prevention education program for our community.  In 2012, she was selected to launch the Wellness Resource Center.  Heather is passionate about social justice, and much of her energy while at Colorado College has gone toward developing and implementing prevention programs focused on preventing violence, promoting mental health, and creating a healthy, caring campus community.

Kenzie Mulligan-Buckmiller, B.S., Health Education Specialist

Kenzie recently graduated from CC with a degree in Molecular Biology and minors in Chemistry and Feminist and Gender Studies.  She also recently completed a position with CC Outdoor Education working with NSO. She is thrilled to work in the Wellness Resource Center. During her time as a student, Kenzie was involved in SOSS all 4 years and has a passion for sexual health and violence prevention. She is excited to experience additional facets of Wellness and to devote her energy to prevention, awareness, and education while giving it back to the school and community that gave her so much.