Dr. Amanda Pullen has extensive experience in designing and implementing innovative strategies for academic medical institutions, including medical education and research, international collaborations, marketing and public relations in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors of the healthcare industry. At Strategy Implemented, Amanda leads client engagements and provides strategic, operational and business planning consulting services to clients looking to develop new initiatives and programs. Amanda’s recent engagements include providing strategic and operational direction in the design and implementation of international strategies for national agencies responsible for setting the assessment standards for physician education and training. Dr. Pullen also developed international strategies for a number of academic healthcare centers with ties to the Middle East, Asia and Europe.
Prior to joining Strategy Implemented, Amanda worked as a Director at Huron Consulting Group and held several positions at Harvard Medical School including Executive Director of the Giovanni Armenise-Harvard Foundation and Vice President of Communications for Harvard Medical International. Amanda also served as the Executive Director of the European Advisory Board for Project HOPE, and had roles in research, marketing and communications with Glaxo Pharmaceuticals, where she was responsible for launching the first UK team in the pharmaceutical industry to be dedicated to building relationships with British National Health Service management teams.
Amanda and her husband Bob Crone have homes in Boston, Massachusetts and Christiansted, St Croix.