Behavioral Health Program Manager
Prior to joining WBMA, Amal worked at a variety of healthcare settings including as a community care coordinator for Beth Israel Lahey Health, as well as a community engagement specialist for Minnesota’s Washington County Department of Public Health and Environment. Amal also has prior experience working at a Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation outpatient facility providing treatment to a diverse population of patients using the Brainsway Deep TMS device. She hopes to bring her enthusiasm for compassionate and collaborative care to the TMS services offered at WBMA. Amal joined WBMA to broaden her experience in behavioral health as she builds expertise in different treatment mechanisms and modalities with an emphasis on technology and comprehensive care.
Amal holds a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience and Behavior from Columbia University. She is passionate about health equity solutions and the importance of advocacy and outreach in underserved populations and communities.
In her free time, Amal enjoys reading, spending time outdoors and cooking.