Amanda Schwartz, MS

Program Manager Global Cancer Treatment

Global Cancer Treatment Program Manager, Ms. Amanda Schwartz, provides technical support to our programs in Nigeria and Ethiopia.

Amanda is a passionate global health professional with nine years of experience, including leading, managing and implementing high-priority complex projects in international settings. Amanda comes to the Treat the Pain from Partners In Health (PIH), a non-profit international health organization based in Boston, where she held several different positions. Most recently, she served as the Project Director for PIH’s Ebola Response in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Prior to this role, Amanda focused on cross-site project management at PIH, including coordinating PIH's partnership with the Lesotho Ministry of Health, managing PIH's five year strategic planning process and developing high-level partnerships across PIH's major sites in Haiti and Sub-Saharan Africa. She holds a Master’s degree from Northeastern University in Law and Public Policy with a focus in global health policy and a Bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in International Political Economy and in African and African American Studies.