Evidence In Motion is thrilled to welcome Mallory Schindler, MHA as the company’s new Chief Operating Officer, effective June 5, 2023. Mallory is a leader in online clinical education, with 15 years of experience in higher education and the Online Program Management (OPM) space.
After earning her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Mallory began her career working on Capitol Hill. Her work in education and health policy reignited a passion for quality education which led her to pursue program roles at both public and private universities. With her roles at Georgetown University, University of Richmond and the UNC system, she gained a deeper understanding of university culture, operations and health education. Interest in healthcare led Mallory to earn a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration, and she applied her higher education knowledge and health administration degree to serve in several post-professional education roles within the American Academy of Nursing and the Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. The work in online education was exciting and eventually led her to pursue a career in the new clinical OPM space.
Mallory joined 2U in 2013, where she helped grow university partnerships and clinical multi-program verticals on a national scale. During her time, she helped establish programs in Nursing, Counseling, Speech Language Pathology, Education, Physician Assistant, and Physical and Occupational therapies. 2U went public in 2014 and it was the clinical market leader until she departed in 2017. In 2018, Mallory joined Keypath Education where she helped to transition the company from a traditional OPM to a healthcare OPM, by establishing their global clinical portfolio, and launching the first national Accelerated Bachelors of Nursing degree program. Her passion for online education stems from a desire to produce quality providers and create opportunities for rural education and better access to care.
Mallory lives in San Antonio, TX with her husband Dave, who serves as a Lieutenant Colonel and Assistant Professor in Public Health Dentistry in the U.S. Air Force, and her children Grant and Grace. She enjoys gardening, reading, exploring national and state parks and entertaining. She also serves as the President for the EBF3 HADDS Foundation, which supports a NIH-funded research lab at Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. The Foundation also helps educate and support individuals and their families living with this rare neurodevelopmental syndrome.