Tirzah Camacho (they/she) is the Program Manager, Network Weaver at the Center for Community Investment. They have a background in community organizing for systemic change centering health equity, anti-oppression, and intersectional racial justice. They’ve spent the last two decades advising elected officials and other power-holders on policy development, building coalitions for public health initiatives, and advocating for systemically underserved populations in public education. They have worked to bridge philanthropic, civic, and grass-roots efforts centering place-based, community-driven truth, narrative ownership, and culture change. They’ve been one of forty fellows chosen nationally to participate in the National Collaborative for Health Equity & Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Leadership Institute. Tirzah is also a life-long practicing visual artist with a deep interest in the parallels between creative processes and the organization of people, ideas, and resources. They hold a B.A in Studio Arts from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado where they reside, there they have also chaired the Community Relations Commission for two consecutive terms. They’re also a National Museum of the American Indian’s Artist Leadership Program fellow, a restorative justice practitioner, and a promoter of liberatory coaching tenets.