Andrew C. West, MBA, MHA
Center Administrator, Sr.
Associate Director of Finance
Amy Hurst earned a degree in consumer economics from the University of Georgia. Amy previously worked as a senior financial analyst in the Department of Pediatrics where she was responsible for all department related reporting needs and provided monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on a variety of topics such as faculty retention, extramurally funded research, and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta grant agreement data management. Before joining Pediatrics, Amy worked for the Department of Medicine RAS (Research Administration Services) first on the post-award team providing support for three research-intensive divisions then moving to the pre-award team assisting the faculty with all facets of the proposal development process. In 2020, Amy joined the Georgia CTSA as the Associate 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.
Organization, Governance, Collaboration & Communication and Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Research Design / Emory University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Rose received her Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design and is currently enrolled in a Master’s of Public Administration at Kennesaw State University. She joined Georgia Tech in 2014 as the Administrator for GTNeuro, a center that catalyzes new collaborative directions within Georgia Tech and with the broader neuroscience and neuroengineering communities. She is currently the Executive Assistant for the Executive Director of the Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Biosciences at Georgia Tech since 2017. In this role, she supports the Institute’s education and research initiatives.
Kimberly Lawson, BS, MPH
Associate Project Director
Morehouse School of Medicine
Kimberly received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Morgan State University and a Master of Public Health degree from Walden University. She has held various positions as Account Manager and Program Manager in the telecommunication and biotechnology pharmaceutical industries. In 2017, Kimberly joined Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) as a Program Manager for the National Research Mentoring Network. Kimberly currently is an Associate Project Director at MSM overseeing biomedical research projects, controlled studies, implementation, and programming of NIH awarded grant programs.