With the start to Spring, North Sound ACH welcomed two new Project Managers! Both are eager to begin working with our partners and and excited to join the team…and we’re thrilled to have them!
Lindsay Knaus has spent most her life in the North Sound region, in Island and Whatcom counties. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Western Washington University prior to earning a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) and Master of Public Administration (MPA). She brings eight years of experience working in both direct and indirect patient care settings. She has provided direct patient care as a medical social worker in the hospital system and more recently, served as project manager overseeing the design and implementation of behavioral health integration in primary care clinics. Lindsay brings experience in program development, behavioral health integration, quality improvement, and population health management and is excited to join the team.
Amanda Robins grew up in Philadelphia, and earned her Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University, and her Master of Public Administration at the University of Washington. She moved to Bellingham four years ago, and most recently worked as the Street Outreach Program Manager for Northwest Youth Services, working with homeless, at-risk, and runaway youth. Amanda looks forward to using this direct service experience to inform her work at North Sound ACH.