Amy Goldstein, MSW

Amy Goldstein, MSW, has been in the healthcare field for 20 years, advocating for people living with kidney failure, cancer, chronic pain and multiple sclerosis.  Ms. Goldstein worked for the Academy of Integrative Pain Management, as its first Director of State Pain Policy Advocacy Network (SPPAN).  She was responsible for the creation, growth and sustainability of this national state-based network to improve person-centered pain policy. 

 

Prior to SPPAN, Ms. Goldstein was Senior Director for the National MS Society Mid America Chapter where she oversaw Programs, Services & Advocacy initiatives for people affected by MS in the states of Kansas, Nebraska and Western Missouri.   She also spent eight years at the American Cancer Society, beginning as the Director of Quality Hill Hope Lodge, a free lodging facility for people traveling for cancer treatment, and then overseeing Pain Initiatives for the New England Region. 

 

Ms. Goldstein has held leadership and board positions in a variety of organizations.  She is a graduate of the University of Texas-Austin and earned her Master in Social Work degree at the University of Kansas.