Daniel Nieman

Tobacco Program Analyst at City and County of Denver

Daniel Nieman is a Tobacco Program Analyst at the City and County of Denver. Daniel previously worked as a Logistics Specialist at Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver from March 2021 to June 2022. Daniel also worked as a Community Health Specialist at Boulder County Public Health from March 2020 to December 2020, where they developed a resource guide of anti-smoking/vaping advertisements for staff, led outreach efforts, and created partnerships with youth serving organizations. Daniel also designed a blueprint for youth focus groups on vaping use and perception, conducted virtual focus groups, analyzed data from the Healthy Kids Colorado survey, and organized and highlighted quit and cessation resources into one document. Daniel attained their NOT (Not On Tobacco) cessation certification through the American Lung Association. Prior to that, they worked as a Health and Outdoor Education Specialist at the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver from February 2017 to March 2020. Daniel also worked as a Capstone Student at the City of Fort Collins / FC Bikes from January 2016 to May 2016, and as a Practicum Student at UC Health / Healthy Kids Club from May 2015 to July 2015.

Daniel Nieman has a Master's Degree in Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health, a Bachelor of Science in Youth Development; Health Studies, Outdoor Leadership, Sociology from Springfield College, and an Associate's Degree in Science; General Studies from Manchester Community College.

Daniel Nieman works with Angie Kogosvek - Tobacco Program Specialist, Peggy Sarcomo - Tobacco Program Specialist. Their manager is Teddy Montoya, Tobacco Program Supervisor.


  • Tobacco Program Analyst

    Current role