Emily Shore

Vice President, Growth & Innovation | Alliance for a Healthier Generation

Emily Shore (she, her) is the Vice President of Growth & Innovation at the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.  Emily and her team is responsible for identifying, creating, and promoting content, products, and services that advance equitable whole child health.  

Emily’s entire professional career has been in the nonprofit space focused on health and well-being. Prior to joining Healthier Generation, Emily was responsible for both programmatic and business development needs of RMC Health (which merged with Action for Healthy Kids). Programmatically, Emily led all healthy schools initiatives, designed and facilitated skills-based learning opportunities, conducted meetings with community partners, and led a statewide professional development and technical assistance initiative to advance equitable whole child health  in the Colorado’s K-12 education system. From a business standpoint, Emily created the fee-for-service model including all business development activities. Additionally, Emily worked for The Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities as the Director of Healthy Schools for the be well Health and Wellness Initiative where she worked alongside school communities to promote healthy living. Emily led a Youth Council and facilitated more than 10 school wellness teams. Emily’s expertise in building relationships across the school community is something she’s known for! 

Emily earned her Bachelor of Science in Health & Exercise Science with a concentration in Health Promotion from Colorado State University and a Master of Public Health Degree with a concentration in Community Health Education from the Colorado School of Public Health. Emily is also a graduate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program, Impact Denver, and holds a Women in Leadership certificate from eCornell.  

Emily resides in northern Colorado with her husband, daughter, and two Labrador retrievers. She enjoys running Colorado trails, longs walks with her dogs, outdoor time with her daughter, exploring new restaurants with her husband, and planning community events for her neighbors and friends. Emily is also known for her travels to conferences and events in the whole child health and school health space.