Andrew C. West, MBA, MHA
Center Administrator, Sr.
Sidnee Nicole Paschal Young
Director of Finance
Sidnee Nicole Paschal Young earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Spelman College and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University. In 1998, she began her career in research administration at Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. in Washington D.C. In 2003, she progressed to academic research administration, joining Emory University as a Financial Analyst in the School of Medicine. In 2005, she completed the requirements to become a Certified Research Administrator and expanded her role in the School of Medicine Dean's Office. In March 2008, she joined the Georgia CTSA as the Director of Finance.
Amy Stehlik earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Ball State University. While continuing her education in the Master of Business Administration program at Georgia State University, she began her career in marketing at S&P Global. She spent the next decade at Thomson Reuters, progressing to a VP of Marketing. During the next 10 years, she worked as the VP of Marketing and Communications for a communications firm with Rollins School of Public Health as a client. Prior to joining the Georgia CTSA as the Communications Manager in February 2019, she served as a strategic marketing consultant to Emory University.
David B. Williams, II
David Williams graduated from Auburn University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He started his research administration career in 2008 when he joined the Emory University (Emory) division of Geriatrics. He has since held various research administration roles with entities such as Emory, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). David is currently a Research Administrator for the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience at Georgia Tech.
A few fun facts about David – He has completed a full marathon, a triathlon, 8 half marathons, multiple 5/10Ks, 4 Century bike rides (100 miles each), competed on the velodrome, and wrestled in college (ranked 7th in the SEC).
Morehouse School of Medicine