Emily Shore is a Lead Professional Learning Facilitator, focusing on RMC Health’s efforts to create a culture of health and wellness in the K12 education system. Specifically, Emily designs and facilitates skills-based learning opportunities and trainings for school and district wellness coordinators. These trainings build the foundation for sustainable health-promoting practices and infrastructure in school buildings. Additionally, Emily, delivers trainings locally and national to build the capacity of adult professionals to deliver high-quality professional development.
Before starting at RMC Health, Emily worked for The Foundation for Sustainable Urban Communities as the Director of Healthy Schools for the be well Health & Wellness Initiative. Emily thrives working alongside communities to promote healthy living and has partnered with numerous school districts to build the capacity of school staff, administrators, parents, students, and community partners to create healthier school environments. She has spearheaded programs to build youth leadership skills and has engaged stakeholders and communities to reduce health disparities.
Emily Shore has presented at local, state, and national conferences, including: American School Health Association, Public Health in the Rockies, Shared Risk and Protective Factors, American Public Health Association, Rocky Mountain American College of Sports Medicine, Delta Dental of Colorado and Oral Health Colorado Convening, and Denver Public School’s Garden and Sustainability Forum.
Emily attended Colorado State University where she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Exercise Science and a concentration in Health Promotion. Emily graduated with high distinction from the Colorado School of Public Health Master of Public Health program.
Most recently, she graduated from the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program, Impact Denver.