Amanda Perry, M.Ed., NRP
Account Executive, Executive Director
Amanda Perry serves as the lead staff executive for the Occupational Therapy Licensure Compact Commission (OTCC) directing the day-to-day operations of the organization including all projects, relationships and staff. Amanda Perry has over 20 years of experience working across private, non-profit, and local and international government entities. Her roles have ranged from entry level clinical provider as a paramedic to senior management teams in state government. Her expertise is in strategic planning, project and grants management, and team building. Amanda served as program manager and team lead with the Louisiana’s Department of Health in the Bureau of Family Health, and prior to that, was a program manager with the EMS for Children. At one time, Amanda served as a Health Policy Analyst and Advisor to the Minister of Health in Ukraine, helping the country lay a foundation for improving out of hospital emergency healthcare. In her home state of Louisiana, Amanda was the 2022 recipient of the Sandra C. Adams Award presented by the LA Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) to recognize a non-physician in their efforts to improve the health of children through advocacy and community involvement. Amanda earned her master’s degree in Adult and Continuing Education with a specialization in Human Resource Development from Rutgers University in New Jersey and a Bachelor’s degree in English Liberal Arts from McNeese State University in Louisiana. Since 2008, Amanda has maintained her paramedic certification and license, having obtained her Associate’s degree in Applied Emergency Medical Services (EMS). She spends her free time volunteering at her church as the Small Group Coordinator and Prayer Team Co-Leader. Amanda joined ASMI in 2023.