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Elizabeth Colyer

Chief Commercial Officer of Enterprise

Elizabeth Colyer is chief commercial officer of Enterprise at Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place. In this role, she oversees relationship management and sales across the company’s Enterprise portfolios, integrating Sharecare’s full suite of research-backed solutions to maximize well-being for clients and partners. 

Colyer also leads the evolution and commercialization of Sharecare’s Community Well-Being Index, the most comprehensive assessment of community health in the country. Focusing on measurement across individual health risk and social determinants of health, Sharecare’s Index informs well-being transformation efforts targeted at employee, member, and community populations. 

With Sharecare since 2014, Colyer has held various roles in the organization that have enabled the company’s data-driven approach to creating better outcomes. Previously, she served as senior vice president of business intelligence, overseeing reporting and analytics, competitive intelligence, outcomes strategy and execution, predictive modeling, academic collaborations, performance intelligence, research and data sciences, and search engine optimization (SEO).  

Before Sharecare, Colyer worked at a San Francisco-based digital agency, Rauxa-ThoughtMatrix, where she consulted for clients like General Motors, AAA, Amway, Oracle, and Verizon across measurement, digital strategy, social listening, integration, information architecture, and data best practices. Prior to Rauxa, Colyer worked for WebMD managing client analytics, including scalable reporting, insights and optimization across pharma and consumer goods portfolios.  

In addition to her role at Sharecare, Colyer sits on the advisory board for the Emory Innovation Hub in Atlanta, serves as executive liaison to global health nonprofit Health eVillages, and is a member of the editorial board of Population Health Management, a peer-reviewed public health journal. Colyer graduated from the University of Georgia with bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and international business.