Amy Coleman, Portfolio Manager - Secretary's Center for Strategic Partnerships (SCSP)
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Secretary's Center for Strategic Partnerships (SCSP)


Amy Coleman, Portfolio Manager

Picture of Amy ColemanAmy Coleman was assigned as a Portfolio Manager to the Secretary’s Center for Strategic Partnerships. She was an important member, lending her expertise to the inaugural Anywhere to Anywhere, Together Summit for telehealth and overseeing the partnership with Sanford Health. Both initiatives fostered innovation, as well as facilitated national, partnership-based solutions to promote forward-thinking dialogue and collaboration among world-class remote care leadership.

Amy came to SCSP from the Office of Information and Technology, where she has worked for more than nine years in the Benefits, Corporate, and Health Portfolios. Initially, she joined the Department of Veterans Affairs through the National Cemetery Administration.

The daughter of two Air Force Veterans, she grew up in several locations around the world including California, Florida, North Carolina, Spain, and Germany. She was commissioned into the Air Force after graduating from university and the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. She served for more than five years in Florida and England.

Amy received her Bachelor of Art degrees in Political Science and in Peace, War & Defense from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before separating, she earned a Master of Arts degree from the University of Oklahoma. In the summer of 2017, she completed the Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship program through the Institute of Veterans and Military Families. In January, she enrolled in Syracuse University’s Master of Science in Entrepreneurship program.

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