Amy is a healthcare leadership, operations, delivery, and access fanatic with 15 years hands-on expertise in the field; woman-Veteran with combat hospital command experience; Army wife; enthusiastic entrepreneur and builder of teams; local nonprofit founder connecting people in North Carolina with free healthcare; distance athlete; and patron saint of hounds!
Amy brings extensive experience in public and private sector health service delivery settings. Her background includes operational, strategic, and innovation roles at Kaiser Permanente, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, The University of Texas at Austin, and the US Army Medical Department. She is a subject matter expert in project management, including: two hospital moves, clinic moves and expansions, service line recoveries, EHR optimizations, capital updates, data analytics, and design thinking. Her portfolio includes internal consulting projects, physician contracting, Integrative Medicine, and strategic design. Willing to envision and design anything once, her professional prowess is brought to bear on special person-centered design projects like improved transitions of care, automated robotic deliveries, remote home monitoring, and other tech-enabled health solutions.
Her education includes The George Washington University Masters of Healthcare Administration, The University of Texas Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange graduate certificate, and a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill baccalaureate. In addition to having passion for healthcare, she is a Bronze Star combat veteran having conducted the historic transition of the famous Baghdad ER to the government of Iraq.