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Amy Gyau-Moyer

Kaiser Permanente
Program Manager, Community Health and Benefit | D.C. and Suburban Maryland
A seasoned equity-focused collective impact professional; Amy Gyau-Moyer manages and coordinates community-based programming, grantmaking and policy in the health space. Her work, to a large extent, is centered around economic opportunity, addressing disparities in healthcare and working toward food justice.

Amy Gyau-Moyer’s career spans 20 years in the healthcare, social and human services arenas where she facilitated public health initiatives for nonprofit and government organizations. Currently, Amy is a Community Health Program Manager for Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States. In this role, she is responsible for leading and managing programs that serve our communities through grantmaking, partnerships, and community health initiatives. Majority of Amy’s role focuses on Kaiser Permanente’s Food Justice portfolio in the DC and Suburban Maryland areas.

In tandem with community stakeholders, Amy strives to create solutions to food challenges by analyzing how policy can affect socio-economic opportunity within the food space. Her most recent efforts concentrate on the Social Determinants of Health and addressing the root causes of health disparities and inequities to help create conditions for health and well-being for communities experiencing injustice.
A former FEMA Emergency Food and Shelter Board Member and former Palm Beach County Hunger Relief Plan Committee Member, Amy has a deep passion for finding ways to alleviate Food Access and Insecurity challenges in our community. She currently serves as a board member for DC Greens—A Food Justice organization located in the District. Amy holds an MS in Management and Public Relations in addition to an MBA both obtained from the University of Maryland. Her undergraduate degree is in Healthcare Administration from the Washington Adventist University.