Field Research Associate
Pregnancy Prevention Programs
Hannah Boyd is a Field Research Associate at AMTC, where she develops and manages policies, procedures, systems, contracts, and program budgets, as well as grant-required applications and reports on behalf of AMTC clients. She provides support to clients for adolescent pregnancy prevention programs and delivers technical assistance to ensure compliance with funder requirements.
Boyd has worked for programs such as AmeriCorps, Children of Inmates, and the Personal Responsibility Education Innovative Strategies Program. She continues to serve as an account executive and consultant specializing in technology and engagement for non-profits and religious organizations.
With over 10 years of experience in non-profit settings, Boyd has a strong passion for strategically enhancing the human experience and is always eager to serve with meaning and purpose. Boyd’s multi-faceted, professional experiences have been instrumental in her development of a holistic approach to supporting clients and the populations they serve. She takes a big-picture view of client needs, and her recommendations are informed by that broad vantage point.
Boyd studied Human Services at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida. She has completed certifications in adolescent pregnancy prevention, healthy relationships, mental health, financial literacy curricula, and trauma-informed care.