Evon Holladay is a seasoned professional in architecting enterprise intelligence solutions and running analytics operations. She has built scalable, high-value solutions for health care, telecommunications, retail, and manufacturing. She is passionate about working with a broad range of stakeholders to develop a strategy and then operationalize the strategy into solutions that provide measurable value.
As the former Vice President Enterprise Intelligence for Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) she led CHI’s Population Health Analytics and Data strategy. This included formation of an industry leading information management governance structure for CHI’s analytics portfolio, enterprise data warehouse, data governance and enterprise information architecture.
Currently she is using her research skills to help provide new insight into the health-healthcare-health insurance conundrum. She is collaborating with a broad range of viewpoints – in the US and internationally – ranging from health economists, healthcare providers, health insurance and alternative medicine. Her research is focused on the impact of healthcare spending on personal income and the changes in the health of the US population.
She also is an analytics advisory board member for DU’s Business Information and Analytics department. She regularly presents her work nationally and internationally. At DU she guest-lectures and works with her business peers to provide timely capstone project opportunities.
- MBA, University of Utah
- BS, Kansas State University