Alyssa Sloane

Alyssa Sloane staff portrait

I do this work because

I am passionate about using research and data to promote evidence-based decision-making and community well-being. Through program evaluation and analysis, we can improve public health policy and outcomes for all Coloradans, regardless of socio-economic status or identity.

Favorite Quote

"It always seems impossible until it's done."  
—Nelson Mandela

Favorite Podcasts

Up First, Gastropod, Criminal, MFM, Pod Save America, Code Switch

Alyssa Sloane uses qualitative and quantitative analysis to support program evaluation, community needs assessments, stakeholder engagement, and other work for CHI. She is a member of the American Evaluation Association. 

Previously, Alyssa served as a Research Specialist and Research Coordinator at the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center, where she managed evaluation and research projects using logic models, theories of change, and equitable evaluation principles. She designed complex data collection tools and systems, developed and administered surveys, conducted focus groups and interviews, and produced reports, dashboards, and presentations for clients. She also served on the Center’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Research Committee.

Alyssa is pursuing a master of public administration degree at the University of Nebraska Omaha with a concentration in public policy. She holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she majored in political science and global studies and minored in women's and gender studies and human rights and humanitarian affairs. 

Outside the office, she enjoys cooking, hiking, and birding. 


  • Program evaluation
  • Qualitative and quantitative research methods
  • Data visualization
  • Facilitation
  • Public speaking

Focus Areas

  • Community Development
  • Behavioral Health
  • Affordable Housing Policy 
  • Health Equity

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