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Paula Anderson

Program Support Specialist

Paula Anderson was born in Aspen, Colorado, USA, and lived in the Roaring Fork Valley until the age of 6. She then moved with her family to Mexico, where they lived for 7 years before returning to Colorado in 2005. Moving to a different country twice and being the oldest of 3 siblings, Paula had to adapt to new cultures, traditions, systems, and languages. She was the advocate for her family and experienced firsthand the challenges faced by immigrant communities. During her time in Basalt she volunteered at her local church, Habitat for Humanity, Kids to Kids, was part of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Folklórico and National Honor Society. She graduated from Basalt High School in 2010 and pursued her education at Colorado Mesa University and Colorado Northwestern Community College, earning an Associate in Nursing. She was the first generation in her family to attend college. 


Paula has been a local resident for 11 years. Helping others is her calling. She has been in healthcare for 12 years, a Spanish interpreter for 7 years and has a strong background in office administration and client centered services. She joined Integrated Community in 2022 as a professional interpreter. 


In her personal life, Paula volunteers at local organizations and enjoys spending time with her husband TJ and their son. She is ecstatic to join Integrated Community and grow with the organization. 

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