Amie’s mix of skills and commitment to partnership result in action-oriented program assessments.
Amie brings refreshing energy and focus to strategic planning, project design, and proposal development.
After years as a global health leader, Amie provides interim leadership services, team coaching, and mentoring.
Amie earns trust quickly while moving groups towards achieving their goals.
Some facts about me
Years of work in global health
Years of work in human rights
Completed consulting assignments
Amie is a passionate, respected and highly effective Global Health Leader and Human Rights Advocate with wide ranging experience in women’s health, cancer, tuberculosis, HIV, and health access for marginalized populations, especially LGBTIQ people. She has experience working in more than 20 countries on 5 continents.
Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.
PATH Interim Chief of Party, Eradicate Tuberculosis Project, Zambia
Responsible for all aspects of technical and managerial start-up of a new $21.5m, 5-year USAID contract in Zambia. (Client: PATH, May-August, 2017.)
PATH Lead Proposal Writer
In response to USAID/Ukraine’s RFA on Strengthening HIV, TB, and HCV Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care in Ukraine’s Penitentiary System. (Client: PATH, May 2017)
PATH HIV Program Design and Proposal Development, Kenya and Vietnam
Member of design team and lead writer for 1) proposal to the Key Populations Investment Fund for innovative HIV programming in Vietnam; and 2) the flagship PEPFAR program in Kenya to address 90-90-90 targets. (Client: PATH, October-December 2016)
PATH Qualitative Researcher and Writer
Conducted and analyzed 19 key informant interviews with global stakeholders involved in the Chlorhexidine Working Group; developed case study for publication. (Client: PATH, September-December 2016)
University of Washington Breast Cancer Program Assessment Team Member and Lead Assessment Report Writer, Tanzania
Scope of work included in-country multi-site assessment, stakeholder interviewing, and drafting final assessment report. (Client: University of Washington/Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Susan G. Komen Foundation, June-October, 2016)
Organization for Women's Freedom in Iraq Monitoring and Evaluation/Technical Assistance Provider
Provided mid-term evaluation technical assistance to the Organization for Women’s Freedom in Iraq (OWFI), for European Union-funded project, “The Protection of Women and Girls from Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation, and Gender-based Violence in Iraq.” (Client: OWFI, May-September, 2016).
Conducted a final Performance Assessment for MADRE, a woman’s human rights organization, on work conducted through The Organization for Women’s Freedom in Iraq, with US State Department funding, to reduce gender-based violence. (Client: MADRE, August 2016).
United States Embassy of Ukraine Invited lecturer, Panel Presenter, Group Facilitator, and Discussant. Kyiv, Ukraine
In support of a Ukrainian consortium of LGBTQI human rights civil society groups sponsoring Kyiv Pride Week. (Client: US Embassy/Ukraine, June 2016).
PATH Designer and Writer, Road-map for Patient-Centered TB Care in Ukraine
In collaboration with TB and HIV experts and NGO staff in Kyiv, Ukraine. (Client: PATH, March 2016).
UNICEF Desk Researcher, Situation Analysis of Child Rights and Well-Being on 14 Pacific Island Countries
Responsible for research and analysis of health indicators for 14 Pacific Island Countries. (Client: UNICEF, February-July 2016)
OutRight Action International/UNDP Co-facilitator, Civil Society Consultation on Creation of an LGBTI Inclusion Index
Designed and co-facilitated three-day consultation with 65 LGBTI human rights advocates from more than 20 countries to solicit feedback and provide recommendations to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on key indicators. (Client- UNDP/OutRight Action International, December 2015)
Malika Zouhali-Worrall Filmmaker, Lead Writer
Facilitator’s Guide to accompany the film, Call Me Kuchu, about the LGBTQI rights movement in Uganda. Developed guide for different audiences, including activists, students, and general public. Collaborated with LGBTQI advocates in Zambia and Zimbabwe. (Client- Malika Zouhali-Worrall, filmmaker, May-Dec 2015.)