Home > Media Center > Speakers > Amy Terry

Amy Terry, MSAmy Terry, MS
Director, Northeast Ohio Hospital Opioid Consortium

Amy Terry, MS, is the director of the Northeast Ohio Hospital Opioid Consortium. In her role, she is responsible for overseeing the Opioid Consortium’s day-to-day operations and executing the goals laid out in the Opioid Consortium's three-year strategic plan. With nearly 20 years of experience, Terry brings to The Center for Health Affairs an extensive background as a healthcare and public health professional.

She most recently served as the Opioid Taskforce Coordinator for the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives. This role saw her managing operations and activities related to a national Opioid Task Force. She previously served as the System Director of Community Health for Bronson Healthcare, guiding community health improvement programming, managing community health needs assessments, and overseeing community benefit reporting. She also served as an Emerging Infectious Disease Fellow with a focus on emergency preparedness for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and piloted a Management & Administration Fellowship for the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa.

Throughout her career, she has continually engaged in partnerships, collaborations, and activities that drive and advance public health. She is passionate about STEM education and was an adjunct professor of Biology at Kirkland Community College and a guest lecturer for public health topics at Western Michigan University and the Homer Stryker School of Medicine. In her spare time, Terry serves as a science content editor for MacMillan Learning. She has taken the roles of editor and author on numerous publications covering a range of topics such as the public health response to the 2009 H1NI epidemic and the impact of the Affordable Care Act on public health laboratories, and was the principle author of the National Public Health Laboratory Internship Model and the Public Health Mentoring toolkit.

She earned her Master of Science in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics and Bachelor of Science in Microbiology & Molecular Genetics from Michigan State University. Terry has earned a certification in Advanced Management and Performance Management from the University of Iowa, and is certified in Homeland Security Exercise & Evaluation Planning from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). She is a graduate of Leadership Kalamazoo, a civic leadership development program offered by the Southwest Michigan Chamber, and resides in Dimondale, Michigan.

Terry's speaking topics include:

    • ​Public Health
    • Program Development
    • Community Health Needs Assessments & Implementation Planning
    • Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder
    • Stigma Surrounding Opioid Use Disorder and Treatment
    • Social Determinants of Health
    • Trauma Informed Care & ACEs Study
    • Health & Policy Impact Assessment
    • STEM education
    • Women in STEM

    For more information or to contact Amy Terry, please call 800.362.2628 or contact us.