Shannon possesses expertise in quantitative and qualitative research skills, public communication, data visualization, healthcare policy, and housing policy, as well as experience drafting creative content for both print and web, curating online content, search engine optimization, and managing social media strategy. The combination of these skills has made her both an effective researcher and communicator, and her passion for disenfranchised populations and achieving safe, sustainable homes for all has led her to pursue multiple research and communications opportunities addressing affordable housing, homelessness, behavioral health, public health, and broader poverty and inequality issues. Read some of what Shannon’s colleagues have to say about her here, or check out her full CV.
Since 2014, she has worked as a senior research analyst in behavioral health in Portland, Oregon. While some of this work is shared on this site, any and all opinions reflected on this site are her own alone, and work is shared only as examples of her experience and capabilities, not as an extension of her employment.