Research and Grants Coordinator
Amanda Bluth holds a Master’s of Science in Public Health from Touro University, with specializations in environmental health and mental health, as well as a Bachelors in Psychology from Wayne State University. Amanda has worked on various aspects of psychosocial healthcare initiatives including the Wayne State ALOFT laboratory, with a focus on the correlational relationship between adolescent physical health and emotional relationships with immediate family, as well as special projects data analytics resulting in various publications. Amanda is also an adjunct professor of Healthcare Administration at Oakland Community College and has been a special needs tutor for many years.
Amanda brings her experience to the position of Research and Grants Coordinator where she primarily assists the Global Medical Director in KKC research/publications and in maturing the clinical Standard of Care campaign across the organization. Amanda also works with the development team, helping with opportunity research and organization, and with the data management team in Salesforce opportunity pipeline management.