Dr. Bright Opoku-Amoabeng is a Project Manager with a Doctorate in Health Administration from the A.T. Still University of Health Science in Kirksville, Missouri, with a preparation and focus on healthcare law, medical care economics, and organizational theory and its effect in the healthcare industry. He also has a Master of Public Health degree from the Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia, where he concentrated on Health Management and Policy, addressing the rapid changes occurring in both the private and public sectors of healthcare.
As a Project Manager in the biopharmaceutical industry, Bright brings to the team his extensive knowledge in streamlining regulatory, vendor, and clinical processes. He is also poised for managing contractual obligations from project start-up through close-out.
Bright is passionate about serving wherever he finds himself. After serving in the United States Navy, he was involved with coordinating the provision of family support services for over 600 Active-Duty military personnel, and dependents. He also served as a volunteer Advocate Response Coordinator for the Morongo Basin Sexual Assault Services in Joshua Tree, California, where they provide free and confidential counseling to victims of sexual assault.
Bright brings to the organization his extensive knowledge of the healthcare environment and skills essential for effective industry leadership and solving complex healthcare issues. However, he is more delighted to learn and serve to improve healthcare conditions and the overall quality of life.