Amanda Montague, Ed.M.

Amanda Montague is the Vice President of Education and Healthcare Relations
for the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America. In her role at MSAA,
Amanda oversees all of the educational program initiatives, regional offices
and partnerships with the MS healthcare professional community. Amanda also
leads MSAA’s Navigating MS initiative, a global initiative in partnership with
over 40 MS leading healthcare professionals and MS non-profits to help
improve shared-decision making between patients and their healthcare
providers. In addition to her work at MSAA, Amanda also serves as a
Stakeholder Reviewer for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute
(PCORI) in Washington, D.C. and a member of the American Academy of
Neurology’s (AAN) MS Quality Measure Review Panel.
Amanda has a B.A. in Economics from Smith College and an Ed.M. in Risk &
Prevention from Harvard Graduate School of Education.