Amanda Lynch Oney, MS, MCHES®Director of Chapter Development 2022-24
Amanda Lynch is Field Service Assistant Professor in the Health Promotion & Education program at the University of Cincinnati. She earned her bachelors degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Bowling Green State University and her masters in Public & Community Health Education from the University of Cincinnati. Her primary areas of interest include substance abuse prevention, sexual and reproductive health, and gun violence prevention. In between earning her undergraduate and graduate degrees, Amanda worked as a health educator at a non-profit organization and a county health department in Salem, Oregon. She was inducted into Eta Sigma Gamma as a professional member in 2014 and currently serves as the chapter sponsor for the Gamma Eta chapter.
- Major health education organizations develop new partnership with the National Case Study Competition in Health Education
- Call for submissions for special issue ESG Monograph: Food Access and Sustainability
- 2024 Annual Business Meeting and Awards
- The Health Education Monograph Special Issue on COVID-19
- ESG Swag Sale