Shannon Biello is the Director for Shatterproof’s National Treatment Quality Initiatives. She coordinates the development of the quality measurement website, the evaluation of this quality measurement system, and the development of a plan for continued implementation and expansion.
Shannon is committed to implementing systems-level changes in behavioral health to drive sustainable and responsive improvements to existing programs and policies, particularly those related to addiction treatment. Before joining Shatterproof, Shannon worked as a public health professional for various research and practice projects, including telehealth programs for Veterans and their caregivers at the Atlanta VA and Project Healthy Moms, a maternal mental health program at Mental Health America of Georgia.
Most recently, she was an Evaluation Fellow at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where she led evaluation projects for a national sexual violence prevention program and a youth violence prevention program to monitor progress, generate program recommendations, and drive strategic improvements. While at CDC, Shannon also designed technical assistance resources to guide accurate completion of annual data collection tools and translated violence prevention program impact into numerous data visualizations and reports for stakeholders, leadership, and at national conferences.
Shannon received her Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and a major in English Literature from the University of Richmond and her Master of Public Health from Emory University, concentrating in behavioral sciences and public mental health.