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Associate DirectorWisconsin Alliance for Women's Health
As a public health professional and fierce youth advocate, Amy Beth Olejniczak has dedicated her career and personal time to ensuring that adolescents are able to reach their fullest potential in health, and in life. As the associate director of the Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s Health, she ensures that youth voice is authentically engaged in city, county, and statewide public health conversations. In this role, Amy directs the Providers and Teens Communicating for Health (PATCH) Program, an initiative she founded in 2010. She has also spent many years within the healthcare industry, focusing on health communications and health promotion.
Amy advocates and mentors youth in her personal life by coaching Girls on the Run, a program that works to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy, and confident through running. She holds a Master of Public Health from University of Wisconsin-Madison as well as a Master of Family and Consumer Communications.