Baniaha Dailey is a Program Coordinator at Denver Health Medical Center’s FACES for the Future, Denver program, focusing on Emergency Medical Services (EMS) with the Denver West High School cohort of FACES health scholars. Baniaha is also an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) for the Denver Health Paramedic Division, where he provides 911 care by ambulance and Emergency Service Patrol. As a “Denverite” born at Denver Health, it has been only a dream come true working the same place he was born.
Baniaha graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver, with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Anthropology in 2016. By the end of 2016, Baniaha also obtained his National and State Emergency Medical Technician certification, CPR Certification, B-CON Certification, and his Intravenous Therapy certification.
It is to no surprise that Baniaha’s past experience as the Mentor Coordinator for the “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative and STARS mentoring with FriendsFirst has guided him to this position. As a native of Denver, Baniaha strives to enhance the Denver community, including volunteering where he can be of value throughout the year. When spare time is available, Baniaha enjoys mentoring, snowboarding, basketball, food tasting, festivals, and spending time with his wife, friends, and family.