Amy Wieczorek, MPH

Amy Wieczorek is a Public Health Research Analyst for 2M. Ms. Wieczorek has extensive experience in survey research including, but not limited to, the development and pilot testing of data collection procedures and instruments, and data analysis. She has served as a data collector/interviewer on multiple projects prior to and during her tenure at 2M. She has also assisted in the creation of study plans, development of training materials, and production of reports.

Ms. Wieczorek is the project manager for the Support of the Implementation of the Zika Health Care Service Program for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Under this project, Ms. Wieczorek assists with developing technical assistance (TA) materials and providing TA to grantees through multiple delivery modes; monitors progress of study activities and ensures that study objectives are met; prepares progress reports independently and/ or collaboratively; and contributes to high level discussions with the client. For the project Successful Approaches to Reducing Sodium in School Meals, Ms. Wieczorek performed as a Research Analyst, responsible for assisting with designing a study plan outlining data collection and analysis methodology, development of data collection instruments, and pretesting data collection instruments. She was also the lead trainer during the training of data collectors.

While in graduate school she was selected for a Public Policy Fellowship for the National Women’s Health Network, in Washington, DC, and she has also done volunteer work in public health education in various international locations. She earned a Master of Public Health from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and holds a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

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