Emily King, Research Analyst, joined CHI in January 2008. She has worked on a range of health policy issues including health insurance and vulnerable populations, implications of health reform, and the health professions workforce.
Emily manages CHI’s work on the Colorado Health Report Card. Most recently, she wrote a report on evidence-based prevention initiatives that save money and improve health. She also leads CHI’s research on Coloradans eligible for public health insurance programs but not enrolled.
As a member of the communications team, she designs and implements CHI’s social media campaign on Twitter and Facebook, and coordinates the blog, Analysis with Altitude. Her other roles at CHI include GIS/mapping specialist and, perhaps most importantly of all, Social Committee chair.
Emily graduated summa cum laude from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a bachelor of arts degree in public health and a certificate in leadership.
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