Tina Loarte-Rodríguez is dedicated to leaving the world a little better than she finds it. She is an eternal optimist who believes in the power of community, kindness, and growth.
Her professional experience includes teaching and over seventeen years of nursing in various healthcare settings and specialties. She is the Associate Director of Health Equity Measures at the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation (CORE). Tina works with talented clinical investigators, statisticians, analysts, computer scientists, economists, epidemiologists, management experts, and administrative staff, actively collaborating with national and international experts in health equity measures and outcomes research.
A first-generation college graduate, she is a graduate of Cornell University, UCONN, and Quinnipiac University. A perpetual learner passionate about innovation, health equity, and advocacy, she participates in the American Nurses Association’s Innovation Accelerator
Program and will be a fellow of the American Nurses Advocacy Institute in the fall.
Tina is a Hartford Business Journal Healthcare Hero Award and the Ct Nursing Association Excellence in Team Award winner. She is active with the National Association of Hispanic Nurses- Hartford Chapter, the CT Nursing Association, and DNPs of Color. Tina has published several works and is a featured author in Hispanic Stars Rising Vol. III.
Tina works hard, and she plays even harder. She loves dancing, traveling, and reading. An Afro-Latina Boricua, born and raised in the Bronx, NY, she now resides in CT with her incredibly supportive husband, their three phenomenal children, her father, and two rescue dogs.
"Nurses belong everywhere where decisions about people are being made."
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