Shannon Shallcross is a data-enthusiast who believes that data interpretation holds the key to solving healthcare’s toughest challenges. She has served as an executive in the insurance and health industries over the past decade and has advised a broad range of Fortune 500 clients. As the co-founder and CEO of BetaXAnalytics, her company uses the power of data “for good” to improve the cost, transparency and quality of healthcare.

She began her career with a $5 billion national insurance company where she spent 12 years running sales and service operations in 18 states with over 300 indirect reports.  After just 6 years, she became one of the youngest female employees in the company’s history to be elected a Corporate Officer.

She headed client service as the National Vice President of Client Management for Provant Health, a leading health and wellness company. In this role, she led a team of executives and service professionals across the country and directed client management to the company’s largest clients, including JPMorgan Chase, Disney, and Google.

A TEDx speaker, Shallcross has been recognized as a 40 Under Forty award winner by Providence Business News for career and community accomplishments.  She graduated with a double major in International Business and Management and French from Dickinson College and she has a Master of Science Degree in Insurance Management from Boston University.

Shannon has a passion for developing leaders and helping others to achieve their full potential.  Follow her on Twitter @SRShallcross or on LinkedIn.

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@SRShallcross on Twitter

Saturday, May 18th, 2019 at 7:42pm
Looking forward to this Thursday!
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Venture Café Providence @vencafePVD
#StartupsConnect is coming May 23 - See Startup Stories like Shannon's @betaxanalytics - connect w #entrepreneurs & #innovators - enjoy local food/drink - FREE event @ South Street Landing, Providence

@segreenhouse @cicnow @RIMonthly @projo

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at 12:19pm
How did I gain weight working for a wellness company?

Here I share my personal experience while working in the corporate #wellness industry, and what I discovered to be critical for building a true culture of corporate #wellbeing.
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Sunday, May 12th, 2019 at 11:06pm
“Am I a bad person?” Why one mom didn’t take her kid to the ER — even after poison control said to. - Vox
Sunday, May 12th, 2019 at 10:20pm
Some things my mom taught me:

—All things are possible
—Use your talents
—Always write a “thank you”
—Be accountable for your actions
—Every meal ends with dessert!

@Vegtutordotcom ❤️

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