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Paul Collier Director

Paul Collier is an evaluator and data translator who loves to make data accessible to everyone regardless of their background and resources. One of his greatest joys is engaging people who don’t think of themselves as “data people” to understand information about the world around them and use that information to make smart strategic decisions. Paul also prides himself in being a strong trainer, facilitator, and coach to individuals who have an interest in building their own data skills.

Prior to joining the Corona Insights team, Paul served as the founder of Coeffect, a consulting firm dedicated to helping grassroots nonprofits establish the fundamental practices of measuring their impact to learn and grow. Through leading Coeffect, Paul provided data capacity-building services to over 65 grassroots nonprofit organizations, and led trainings around impact measurement strategy for hundreds of nonprofit professionals through the Colorado Nonprofit Association, Nonprofit Learning Lab, and Social Venture Partners Denver. Prior to Coeffect, Paul served as the Data and Evaluation Manager at Safe & Sound, a leading family resource center developing a data-informed model to help families raise thriving kids. 

When he’s not facilitating a workshop or visualizing data, Paul can be found hiking, camping, and skiing in Colorado’s mountains. He also loves listening to full albums on his record player and a good Spotify playlist. 


Paul earned dual bachelor’s degrees from Arizona State University in Business Management and Arts Administration. 

Community Involvement

Board Member, Social Venture Partners Denver (2021 – Present)

Leadership Team, Denver Data Storytellers (2017 – 2023)

Member, Metro Caring Evaluation Committee (2018 – 2023)