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Network for Public Health Law Advisory Board Welcomes New Member Amy Kincaid

The Network is proud to formally announce the appointment of Amy Kincaid to our Advisory Board. Amy comes to us with a record of achievement in the nonprofit sector, having made significant contributions in advocacy, operations, and leadership.  

Currently serving as the Principal and Managing Director of ChangeMatters, Amy advises social change leaders and organizations, leveraging her extensive experience to make a tangible difference. Her career stands as a testament to her ability to effectuate impacts in program evaluation, fundraising, and organizational development. She has been at the vanguard of spearheading and executing successful projects that not only achieve their goals but pave the way for long-term sustainability and growth.  

Moreover, Amy’s unwavering commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion has been pivotal in establishing environments that thrive on support and mutual respect. Amy’s strategic finesse and her knack for cultivating collaboration have consistently produced beneficial outcomes, reinforcing her status as a leader in the nonprofit sector. Her presence on the board is not just a milestone for the Network, but a clear indication of our forward-thinking ethos and commitment to making a difference in public health and society at large. 

Amy’s previous roles include serving as the Vice President of Programs at Common Future, and social enterprise lecturer and consultant-in-residence at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. 

About the Network for Public Health Law 

The Network works with local, tribal, state, and federal public health policy makers, officials, attorneys, and practitioners, as well as community organizations, advocates, and other stakeholders in community health across the country to help build their capacity to improve health and advance health equity through the use of law and policy. We provide evidence-based solutions and best practices through technical assistance, as well as information, resources, consultation, and training. Learn more at  

The Network is supported by grants from some of the nation’s leading health philanthropies, including the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the de Beaumont Foundation, and Arnold Ventures. The Network also receives project funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the CDC Foundation. 


Nina Belforte, Deputy Director, Strategic Communications