Dr. Amanda Greene joined the NIH Office of Strategic Coordination (OSC) in 2015 as a Health Research Evaluator. She received her PhD in nursing and health services research from the University of Maryland. She then completed a MPH with a focus in epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University as part of her post-doctoral fellowship in the NCI Cancer Prevention Fellowship Program. Dr. Greene holds a BS in nursing, MS in nursing, and family nurse practitioner certificate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has a certificate in program evaluation. Since completing her doctorate, Dr. Greene has focused on using program evaluation to plan, monitor, and measure the value and effectiveness of biomedical science and health care services. This work has including leading portfolio analysis projects, planning and collecting data from surveys, focus groups, and in-depth interviews, and analyzing multi-site case studies. Prior to returning to NIH, she worked at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute as a senior program officer in evaluation. This was preceded by work as the Science Evaluation Officer at NINR and as a senior evaluation researcher at a health care consulting firm.