Shaneis Malouff, CO, MS
Founder & Chief Analyst
Board Certified Provider, Public Health Advocate
Shaneis Malouff is a proud Colorado native and the oldest of five siblings. She earned her BA in Allied Health from Metropolitan State University and her MS in Allied Health from Loma Linda University. Following her two year clinical residency, Shaneis specialized in pediatric care in southern Colorado after obtaining her American Board Certification in the field.
In 2018, Shaneis transitioned to a role in hospital administration and leadership at Vail Health. During the pandemic, she played a crucial part in the COVID Incident Command Team, ensuring the Eagle County held equitable access to care, enhancing registration systems, and supervising clinical operations for both inpatient and outpatient COVID services. These accomplishments were later published in a scholarly article co-authored by Shaneis and her colleagues due to the success of their operations.
Expanding on Vail Health's revamped systems, Shaneis and her teams began to provide new services for Eagle County, all still operational today: Eagle County's first Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE), Forensic Nurse Examiner (FNE) program, and Eagle County's Community Health program (offering free preventative health visits and medicaid enrollement services to thousands of uninsured residents on mobile units).
After transitioning from Vail Health to her leadership role in within the public sector at CDPHE, Shaneis implemented the Disease Control and Public Health Response Division's first ever Project Managment Office. During this time, she oversaw the development and implementation of the Division's first multi year strategic plan and dashboarding system.
Outside of her state role, she was invited to lead the fiscal and social impact reporting for a citizen-led bill in the 2023 CO Legislative Session, House Bill 23-1136. Her contributions were instrumental in the successful passage of HB23-1136 (unanimous through the house and senate committees), and success of similar bills referencing her work in IL, NM, and AR. Further details about this work can be found in the recent publication in Amplitude Magazine.