Ndidi Amutah, PhD, MPH, CHES

Ndidi Amutah

Grant Services Consultant



Education: Dr. Amutah earned her Doctorate of Philosophy in Maternal and Child Health at the University of Maryland, College Park; her MPH in Maternal and Child Health at The George Washington University; and her BS in Public Health, as well as a BA in Africana Studies, from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.

Experience: Dr. Amutah has over ten years of experience conducting health disparities work, with specialties in program development and evaluation, and mixed methods research.  Her contributions have included projects focused on HIV/AIDS, adolescent health, minority women’s health, mental health services, and maternal and child health.  Dr. Amutah has an extensive background as an evaluator and has successfully completed a variety of evaluation projects for community based agencies, state and federal agencies, and private industry. Her most recent research consultations have included a mixed methods analysis of a programmatic intervention aimed at improving pregnancy outcomes for underserved communities and women of color, as well as the evaluation of a state-wide maternal and child health program aimed at assessing the quality of health services delivered to women in rural communities.  Her skills and focus include needs assessment, survey development, interview administration, focus group facilitation, and program implementation and evaluation.