Amanda Bagin, MPH, CHES

Project Manager

Amanda provides technical assistance to injury prevention and child death review teams in Wisconsin counties that participate in the Keeping Kids Alive initiative. She also leads the Sleep Baby Safe and Newborn Nest projects and provides technical assistance to local health departments and tribal agencies working on infant safe sleep.

Amanda received a bachelor’s degree in sociology from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and a master’s degree in public health from A. T. Still University. 

In her free time, Amanda enjoys running, traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband and dog.
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