Amy Hoffmaster

Program Manager
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Favorite Reading

The Overstory (Richard Powers), Girl, Woman, Other (Bernardine Evaristo), The Heaven and Earth Grocery Store (James McBride), and any essay by Eric Kim


As Program Manager, Amy Hoffmaster leads a diverse portfolio of public health projects, including using regional partnerships to respond to climate change, immunization, behavioral health, and health equity needs. As part of this work she facilitates the Metro Denver Partnership for Health (MDPH) and its collaborative, cross-department work groups. 

Amy was previously a Senior Program Officer on the Aging and Disability Policy Team with the Center for Health Care Strategies. She led a 20-state learning collaborative that supported state multisector plans for aging to transform the infrastructure and coordination of services that support older adults and people with disabilities. She also developed reports on state Medicaid programs and policies related to health care coverage and access topics. She managed projects, budgeting, and reporting for various grants and contracts and developed relationships with clients, funders, partners, and advocates.

Before her graduate studies, Amy worked as a Senior Operations Specialist for Deloitte Center for Health Solutions and as a Strategy and Operations Analyst for Deloitte Federal Consulting.

She earned a master of science degree in public health from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and a minor in public health from the College of William and Mary.

In her spare time, Amy enjoys reading, gardening, walking her 12-pound rescue pup Ella, and enjoying meals with family and friends.

Skills: project management, convening, facilitation, multi-sector collaboration, qualitative research and analysis, technical assistance, budgeting, reporting, strategic planning, and content development

Focus Areas: 

  • Public Health
  • Social Determinants and Drivers of Health
  • Multi-sector Plans for Aging
  • Older Adult Health
  • Aging and Disability Policy
  • Medicaid Programs and Policies
  • Medicaid and Medicare Integration