Senior Consultant, Emergency Preparedness, U.S.
Amy Cullum helps states and communities prepare for public health and health care emergencies in the United States. She works with jurisdictions, health care coalitions, and facilities to develop and implement emergency plans to manage high-consequence infectious disease threats and other emergencies. Amy’s expertise also includes public health and clinical quality improvement. She began working at JSI in 1995 in the International Division, and spent time living and working in Bangladesh. Amy has a BA from Brown University, an MPH from Harvard University, and an MA in international development from American University. Amy is a registered nurse and member of her local Medical Reserve Corps.