- Author: Laurel Schwartz
- Date: November 28, 2023
In Nashville, TN, Neighborhood Health, a nonprofit organization that serves patients regardless of their ability to pay, partners with the city’s transit organization to get people to appointments.
Amy Conrick has been part of the National Center for Mobility Management since 2013 and has served as its director since 2019.
As director of NCMM she works to guide the activities of the center to promote cross-sector coordination that enhances transportation access for underserved populations. In her 16 years at the Community Transportation Assn. of America (CTAA), her home organization, she has worked as a presenter, trainer, facilitator, writer, and program manager in the fields of employment transportation, health care transportation, mobility management, and transportation innovation.
Amy has planned and facilitated many mobility management, transportation coordination, and team meetings. She has also written and edited educational materials on health care transportation– and employment-related transportation issues, provided direct technical support to communities and individuals, and developed community and agency self-assessment tools that lead to increased collaboration between the transit community and human service and workforce development agencies.
Amy graduated from Georgetown University with an Honors degree in English Literature, and later from the National University of Ireland in Dublin with an M.Phil. degree in Medieval English and Irish Literature.
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