Health Program Manager | Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare: Division of Public Health
Tiffany Robb is the Health Program Manager for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias for the State of Idaho’s Division of Public Health. With over 28 years of experience in health services and public health, she has a diverse set of experiences. Having worked with persons with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in institutional settings, to becoming a personal trainer and providing health education sessions to corporations, and then to her current work, building a state public health program. These experiences, coupled with living on farms and ranches in rural Nebraska and remote Idaho, she knows how to get her hands dirty and the value of working collaboratively to make available resources stretch.
Currently, Tiffany serves on the Idaho Health Equity Task Force, Idaho Caregiver Alliance Leadership Team, Idaho Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) Steering Committee, and as Idaho’s Public Health Healthy Aging Representative for Region 10 Health and Human Services (HHS). She is honored to join the IA2’s Brain Health Advisory Council. Tiffany hopes she can contribute even a small percentage compared to what she will learn.
Most recently, Tiffany co-developed, launched, and worked as a Lead Navigator and Program Manager for the Family Caregiver Navigator pilot project funded by Medicaid.; providing her an opportunity to learn directly from Idaho caregivers. Previous other works, alongside some great teams, covered topics such as fall reduction, Sexual Violence and Prevention, food insecurity amongst Idaho’s Cystic Fibrosis patients and families, Age-friendly communities, vaccination requirements for Idaho, and Idahoans as family caregivers.
When Tiffany has time on her hands, she loves to go for walks and soak up the sun and sounds around her—always disappointed that her cell phone pictures never capture the beauty she experiences on her journeys. Tiffany loves to spend time with her family and teaches public health at Boise State University.