The Dedicated Team at Get Us PPE
Get Us PPE Staff: Directors & Deputy Directors
Throughout her education and career, Shikha has focused on the intersection of medicine, public health policy, and technology, and she believes in the power of diverse people working together to effect significant change. Shikha is based in Washington, DC and is a passionate advocate for health as a human right, and equitable healthcare delivery and outcomes.
At the start of the pandemic, Adriane worked for a local New York City food bank to try to help support her community and is so grateful to be able now to be a part of an organization that is helping the underserved on such a large scale.
Prior to her work with Get Us PPE, Adriane has worked on air and in sales at QVC as a brand representative.
Prior to her current role, Amanda was a Research Associate at Harvard Business School, and, before that, a book editor in the humanities at Princeton University Press and Harvard University Press. She is also a poet.
Prior to his role at Get Us PPE, Cody served as the Senior Director of Application Development at a leading risk management company in Boston, MA. Cody also has an extensive background in entrepreneurship, having spent nearly a decade growing his own web application development firm and previously working in the non-profit space with the social entrepreneurship fellowship program, Social Impact 360 (formerly The Compass Fellowship).
Prior to arriving at Get Us PPE, Greg has worked in diverse non-profit and for-profit roles, including leading record-setting global application deployments at Amazon and IBM, operation of a 100’ historical wooden cargo ship, and study of the Federal Supply System for Congress’s Joint Economic Committee.
Alizée has a background in research and clinical psychology, as well as management, with a focus in strategy and operations. As an aspiring physician, she is devoted to helping others and promoting equal access to resources, and is a passionate mental health advocate.
Krystian brings his expertise in volunteer management, workforce development, and teaching & curriculum design from his experiences in K-12 education, nonprofit management, and public health. He is passionate about designing talent development efforts as a way to promote equitable decision-making.
Emily has a background in healthcare management and is dedicated to helping health-focused organizations achieve their goals through good management and best business practices.