Amy Woodrum is a Principal with Chartis. Her primary focus has been advising academic medical centers on strategic planning initiatives and developing advanced financial modeling to support strategic partnerships.
Amy's consulting experience includes enterprise strategic planning for a nationally ranked academic health system, partnership development between leading academic and community health systems, service line planning for a nationally recognized children’s hospital, partnership exploration between a rural hospital and community health system, and primary care strategy and workforce planning.
Prior to her work with Chartis, Amy served as a Program Associate with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the largest foundation in the United States dedicated solely to health. At RWJF, she oversaw a portfolio of grants exceeding $2.5M, facilitated the organization’s annual strategic assessment, and produced an annual impact scorecard.
In addition, Amy serves as a board member of the Yale Healthcare Conference.
Amy received her Master of Business Administration and her Master of Public Health, both from Yale University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Health & Society from the University of Pennsylvania.