Legislative Director and Policy Analyst
Allie Morgan joined the Colorado Health Institute as a Policy Analyst in July 2014. In this role, she conducts research and produces analyses on a variety of health-related policy issues. She also leads CHI's work with Colorado lawmakers, and added the title of Legislative Director in November 2015. As part of that role, she coordinates the annual Hot Issues in Health Care conference, which serves to inform Colorado’s legislators and the broader policy community.
Prior to joining CHI, Allie worked as a teacher/tutor in Boston and in development at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute science museum. At the museum, she researched and wrote grant proposals, reports, newsletters, and executive speeches during the closing phase of its most ambitious capital campaign. Allie has also worked with a public sector-focused consulting company, a civic engagement organization for young professionals, and a STEM enrichment program for urban students. She is drawn to writing, research, teaching, strategic planning and performance improvement work.
Allie holds a master’s degree in public administration with a certificate in economic development from the University of Pennsylvania’s Fels Institute of Government. She earned her bachelor’s degree in English and environmental studies from Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. She is a proud Colorado native.