Ken Scott is an epidemiologist with Denver Public Health’s Informatics Group. Prior to this position, he completed a SHINE Fellowship in Applied Public Health Informatics. He works to support the CHORDS Network, as well as the Maternal and Child Health program at DPH. Ken has led the CHORDS Network’s approach to identity management, an evaluation of the CHORDS Network’s geographic representativeness and a strategy to incorporate information about homelessness into the CHORDS data model. He has been working in public health since 2006 and he has experience in a variety of content areas, including occupational health, injury prevention, and aging. Ken earned a MPH degree at the University of Washington and a PhD in epidemiology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, where he maintains an appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor.