Amy Chatten, MPH, is the co-founder and Executive Director of Mammography Educators. She has her Master’s in Public Health with a focus on maternal and child health.

Amy worked as the Manager of Breast Imaging at the University of California San Diego Health System for over five years and has experience leading health programs for over 20 years. Her expertise is in clinical operations, program planning and analysis.

Ms. Chatten was selected as the Quality Improvement Leader for the Department of Radiology at the University of California San Diego. She spearheaded the effort to achieve the prestigious American College of Radiology Breast Imaging Center of Excellence designation within her first year and a half as Manager of the department. Amy has almost two decades of experience in program planning and analysis, as well as training in Six Sigma and Kaizen for performance improvement strategies. 

She is focused on providing a superior patient experience with an emphasis on high quality care and patient safety. Her approach to providing excellent patient care includes building solid relationships with radiologists, staff and referring providers. Amy strives to expand and elevate the role of the technologist and their sense of appreciation as a valued member of the breast imaging team.

As Executive Director, Amy oversees all staff and consultants, strives to enhance client relationships, develop strategic partnerships and expand Mammography Educators’ services and develop new programs across the United States and internationally.

Amy is originally from the Midwest, but has lived out in San Diego for over 12 years. She achieved her BA from the University of Michigan and her graduate degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Amy loves traveling, waterskiing, cooking, exercising in the beautiful southern California outdoors, and spending time with friends and family. Most importantly, she is the proud mom of amazing twin boys and wife to an incredible husband.

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