Chief Operations Officer
Following a family member’s near fatal accident and working through the subsequent challenges of navigating the healthcare system, Amanda knew she wanted to improve the patient’s experience in healthcare. After completing her graduate degree, Amanda originally joined the KHP team as the Quality Officer and focused her work on quality improvement, wellness, and prevention initiatives before taking on the role of COO. Proud to have called the Klamath Basin home for more than 40 years, Amanda and her husband spend their free time volunteering at the Klamath County Fairgrounds and for several youth organizations including 4H, FFA, and various youth rodeo events. Prior to joining the KHP team, Amanda served as an Active Duty Guardsman at the 173d Fighter Wing.