Amanda Green is a research associate at the National Pharmaceutical Council (NPC). In this role, she supports NPC’s senior research staff on a variety of initiatives related to the essential role of biopharmaceuticals in the health care delivery system. She joined NPC in 2020.
Before coming to NPC, Ms. Green worked as a graduate intern at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Epidemiology Workforce Branch, where she gathered data for a research project on evidence-based analysis of CDC’s Epidemiology Elective Program. She also served as an intern for the Florida Department of Health, where she conducted surveillance and reporting of disease conditions within Miami-Dade County. Ms. Green also worked as an assistant for the U.S. Office of the Attorney General and the Major Cities Chiefs Association to analyze the success of policing initiatives and community impact.
Ms. Green has conducted research related to lifestyle interventions for ethnic minority families, Ghanaian human trafficking and child rescue, and disease prevention in Miami-Dade, Florida. She was also a teaching assistant for epidemiology at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Public Health.
Ms. Green holds a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, and dual Bachelor’s degrees in public health and international relations from the University of Miami.