Catie Stroup is Manager of Strategic Alliances at Bridge Connector. She has a knack for building trust and relationships while utilizing her technical acumen to mitigate business problems in health care. Catie also has specialized experience as a policy analyst and researcher; she is the co-author of a study published in the Journal of Occupational Medicine, which evaluated the efficacy of new technology in using non-invasive methods to detect small airways disease in former U.S. deployers.
Previously, Catie’s work as a solution sales account executive at NuAge Experts led to the successful creation and branding of a reputable Health Cloud Live initiative in conjunction with Salesforce. She was at the forefront of this project and nearly doubled the revenue of the Health Care and Life Sciences practice. Catie has experience selling viable solutions to C-level executives and exceeding monthly quotas — she has also been responsible for overseeing 30+ partner channel account executives to maintain alignment during sales lifecycles. During her time as a project manager for National Jewish Health, she was responsible for managing numerous project lifecycles with a multitude of participants. During her graduate studies, Catie performed work with Centura Health, Jefferson County Public Health, and with LiveWell Colorado, where she gained rich experience writing policies and securing grants, researching ways for hospitals to engage patients regarding social determinants of health, and gathering and interpreting a broad spectrum of research to inform the local food blueprint for the city of Denver.
Catie earned her Master of Public Health with an emphasis in environmental health from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and her bachelor’s degree in behavioral science from Juniata College. She lives in Colorado with her fiancé and pup, Nina. Whether it’s hiking, camping or snowboarding, Catie loves spending time outdoors. When outside of the office, Catie can be found at the local farmer’s market or chasing down the latest group fitness class in the city.