Amanda Langseder has established her successful career in public health. Prior to joining the Greater Hudson Valley Health System, Amanda was the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Director for Sullivan County Public Health where she was responsible for the management of the WIC nutrition education and food voucher program. She provided leadership for the Sullivan County Health Summit, the Breastfeeding Coalition, the Oral Health Coalition and prior to her role with WIC, she served as Director of Programming for Sullivan Cornell Cooperative Extension. Amanda has a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Mercy College a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Rowan University and is a Certified Lactation Counselor.
Amanda works closely with community organizations in Sullivan and Orange Counties to integrate and align Greater Hudson Valley Health System outreach health programs with community health initiatives as outlined by each county’s Community Health Needs Assessment and the corporate Community Health Plan. Amanda works with community partners to improve the health and health equity of Sullivan and Orange Counties through innovations in education, patient care, research and community and physician engagement. In addition, Amanda provides integrated research, planning and leadership in the development of community health initiatives. She has been instrumental in developing the local Health Means Business campaign and Worksite Wellness Coordinator Trainings. Amanda is most proud of the her work with the Boys & Girls Club in bringing the Warrior Kids program to life. Warrior Kids is a collaborative program developed with Ayo Fitness of Middletown, which teaches young people healthy habits such as eating more fruits and vegetables, reducing screen time, incorporating play into every day and increasing water consumption.