Amanda comes to Reservoir with a background in global health and child welfare and a passion for promoting health equity. She leverages diverse knowledge from her studies and experiences to support clients in advancing innovative policy solutions and communicating complex health and health policy issues.
During her undergraduate studies, Amanda interned at SafeShores, DC’s child advocacy center, and began her career working at the intersection of education, child welfare, and public health at The Office of the State Superintendent of Education. Before joining Reservoir, Amanda worked at PATH, a global health nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity. In her role, she supported the introduction and scale-up of new health technologies and people-centered service delivery models to enhance the accessibility, uptake, and continuity of HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis services across the continuums of care while contributing to strengthened integrated health delivery platforms.
Amanda graduated with a Master of Public Health from George Washington University and earned her B.S. in Public Health with a minor in Education from American University.