Amy Richardson

Amy Richardson is an advocate for vulnerable populations and their well-being locally and globally. Though a proud Nashville native, Amy’s work and travel abroad led her to recognize the interconnectivity of the world. She entered the sphere of health care through a side door, becoming a public health advocate while simultaneously developing a passion for refugees and immigrants. She has served in numerous leadership roles with refugee and immigrant agencies in Nashville, and she currently works as Community Health Outreach Director at Siloam Health, where she is also known as the “Chief Disruption Officer” for the ways she pushes the organization to promote health outside the clinic walls.

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