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Rutgers Project ECHO is administered by Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School with generous support from NJ Department of Health, NJ Department Human Services, and other funders.
Amy Fisher is a Program Administrator at Rutgers Project ECHO, managing the Project Firstline Infectious Disease Training ECHO and the Maternal Health Innovation ECHO Series. She joins the team with over 10 years of experience working in the Healthcare Industry. In her current role, she supports the creation and delivery of program content and supports efforts in identifying and securing opportunities to sustain and grow the Rutgers Project ECHO Program.
Amy graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor in Business Management and graduated Valedictorian from Seton Hall with a Masters of Healthcare Administration.
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” Arthur Ashe