One Health Institute Staff

The Principles of Community support Colorado State University’s mission and vision of access, research, teaching, service and engagement. A collaborative and vibrant community is a foundation for learning, critical inquiry, and discovery. Each staff member of the One Health Institute upholds these principles when engaging with one another and acting on behalf of the University. 

OHI supports and facilitates impactful research, teaching, service and engagement through all activities. 

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Tracey Goldstein, Ph.D.


Tracey Goldstein, Ph.D., is the director of the One Health Institute. Tracey has over 25 years of experience leading One Health, marine mammal and conservation work and has worked with global programs since 2009. Before joining CSU, she was the Division Chief for the Emerging Threats Division, Bureau for Global Health at USAID since 2020, where she led the Global Health Security Program. In her previous position, she was a Professor in the Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Microbiology and Associate Director of the One Health Institute at the University of California, Davis, since 2008. Tracey brings her experience to CSU to further address One Health priorities, especially at this critical time when the increasing effects of climate change, ecosystem change, and habitat loss are threatening ecosystems and species globally.

Lorann Stallones

Lorann Stallones, Ph.D.

Human-Animal Interactions Research Coordinator

Lorann Stallones, MPH, Ph.D., is the deputy director of the High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Safety and Health and is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Colorado State University. Stallones is an epidemiologist and received her training at the University of Texas, School of Public Health, in Houston, Texas. Her research interests related to One Health include the impact of euthanasia on the well-being of workers in the dairy and swine industries and understanding the relationships between human and animals as related to well-being. 

Claire Tucker

Claire Tucker

Post-Doctoral Fellow 

Claire Tucker is currently a post-doctoral fellow in a hybrid role with appointments in the CSU One Health Institute and in the Urgent Care/Critical Care Unit at the CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. She spends time in a variety of places: as a clinician on the UC/CCU floor, as an administrator working on One Health + One Medicine, and as a primary researcher in translational trauma.

Jessica Hunter

Jessica Hunter

Business Operations & Research Administration Officer 

Jessica Hunter is the Business Operations and Research Administration Officer for One Health Institute. She is alumni of CSU’s Warner College and University of Denver with areas of focus in Natural Resource Management and Environmental Policy and Management. She is also currently working on her Master of Science in Business Administration. With over 16 years of financial and administrative experience, Jessica enthusiastically joined OHI.


Edith Silvas

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Coordinator

Edith Silvas is working to embed DEI principles throughout One Health Institute’s research and outreach. She has spent 17 years working towards achieving health and literacy equity at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, Houston Methodist, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and Parkland Health & Hospital System. In her current role, she is committed to conducting mutually beneficial community outreach and engagement among people who have been underserved by STEAM programs and projects.

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Beth Hayes, Ph.D.

BROADN Project Manager and Research Scientist

Beth Hayes is the project manager for the Biology Integration Institute Regional OneHealth Aerobiome Discovery Network. BROADN, which is housed in the One Health Institute and funded by the National Science Foundation, is a multi-disciplinary project to study the microbiome of the air and how it impacts human, animal, and environmental health. Beth received a B.S. in Biochemistry from Baylor University and earned her Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences from the partnership between the University of Montana and the NIH Rocky Mountain Laboratories, studying how tick-borne bacteria adapt to different environments to cause disease in humans and animals. She brings her experiences in molecular biology and vector-borne diseases, as well as a passion for science education and outreach to the BROADN and OneHealth teams.

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Teya Kvasnicka

PR & Communications Coordinator

Teya Kvasnicka is responsible for all public relation and communication operations for the One Health Institute and BROADN project. Teya is a Colorado native and double alum of CSU, holding a bachelor’s in communication studies and a master’s in communications and media management. Teya grew up in a small town on Colorado’s western slope with a love for the environment and has been at CSU in a variety of student and professional roles since 2015. Please contact Teya with any media inquries pertaining to OHI or BROADN. 

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Robyn Mascolino

Administrative Coordinator

Robyn Mascolino is the Administrative Coordinator for the One Health Institute. She is a CSU alum holding a bachelor’s in arts with a concentration in painting. She has lived in Fort Collins for over 25 years and is a fervent lover of the outdoors and exploring it with her companion animals. She has a background rich in events, logistics, and supporting the veterinary world. She brings her passion for the environment, animals, and planning to her position at the One Health Institute. You can reach out to her with administrative, calendar, or event related needs.