Shilo Artis provides the WaterEquity team with logistical, administrative, human resources, and project management support. She brings more than 20 years of diverse experience in accounting, grant management, and financial aid to this role.
Prior to joining WaterEquity, Shilo worked at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) School of Nursing and KUMC Research Institute, Inc., where she provided pre-award grant management services. Before KUMC, Shilo worked at ECPI University’s Online Campus supporting military students in their use of Title IV financial aid, Veteran benefits, and tuition assistance.
Shilo received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with highest honor from ECPI University.