...Amanda has always felt close to the healthcare space and been passionate about promoting health and wellness.
Although she intended to pursue a degree in nutrition and dietetics, one policy course sparked her interest in the broader social and economic determinants of health, setting her on a new path. After a shift in coursework and a smattering of different internship experiences—from helping design a program to alleviate food deserts at a local non-profit to client-facing financial consulting at a large auditing firm—Amanda earned her B.S. in policy analysis and management with a minor in business from Cornell University.
During her time in college, Amanda also became a teaching assistant for the very course that changed it all. She can’t help but feel like the challenge of creating exciting and relevant content to engage students in her weekly section holds an uncanny parallel to her role at iProtean now.
Amanda works closely with experts in the industry to understand the learning needs in healthcare and to produce and curate the best content for iProtean customers. She brings her dedication to impactful education, keen attention to detail, and outcome-oriented work ethic as she runs point between the different company operations that make the videos happen.
In addition to her role in production at iProtean, Amanda is an analyst at a healthcare consulting firm where she specializes in data analytics for value-based care delivery models and physician compensation design. When not keeping up with Medicare’s latest regulatory decisions, she can be found trying out the latest health fad (butter coffee anyone?) or exploring new cafes in her hometown, NYC.