Amie is a passionate, respected, and highly effective non-governmental global health leader and human rights advocate. A strategic thinker with capacity to address and illuminate global issues at the intersection of human rights and public health, she has worked in more than 20 countries, with deepest experience in Ukraine, Vietnam, Zambia, Tanzania, and Morocco. She currently works as an independent global health and human rights consultant. From 1989 until 2014, she worked for PATH, a Seattle-based, non-profit global health organization. Her work there spanned a variety of leadership and technical roles, focusing, in particular, on women’s cancers, tuberculosis, and HIV, with a focus on key populations. Since starting her consulting practice in 2014, Amie has successfully undertaken more than 30 assignments spanning a wide range of topics and regions. From 2008 to 2017, she served on the Board of Directors of OutRight Action International, In this capacity, she has worked with many LGBTIQ advocates around the world to advance equality. At home, she is an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Public Health at the University of Washington; member of the Global to Local Initiative’s Advisory Committee; and a member of the Civic Council for the UW Jackson School’s Master’s in Applied International Studies program, representing global human rights/LGBTIQ rights issues. She has a Master’s Degree in Public Health and a Master’s of Science Degree in Social Work, both from Columbia University. She was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco in the early 1980s.
Amie is committed to ensuring that a portion of her time goes to providing pro-bono or discounted work to small organizations working in health and human rights. Please contact her about rates.