Sterling Planning Alliance Adds Data Analyst/Planner

Boston, MA – Sterling Planning Alliance (Sterling) is pleased to announce that Amira Khablein has joined the firm as a Data Analyst/ Planner. Amira received a Master of Public Health emphasizing in Health Policy and Management from Boston University and a Bachelor in Psychology from Gonzaga University in Spokane. Amira brings an interdisciplinary and holistic understanding of the healthcare environment to the Sterling team. Her strong strategic thinking skills along with her commitment to quality improvement and the Lean philosophy have driven process improvement projects on both the operations and strategic planning sides of industry. Amira is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

About Sterling Planning Alliance:

Sterling Planning Alliance (Sterling) provides our clients with the resources necessary to meet and exceed planning and program development expectations. Sterling will partner with your organization to facilitate and manage an inclusive planning process. Our team members work with an executive leadership committee and internal user groups to analyze, prioritize, rethink, redesign, and create an attainable, cost-conscious plan for development. Together we will enable you to maximize resources, overcome traditional organizational barriers, create consensus, avoid implementation obstacles, and achieve results. Sterling is a division of Steffian Bradley Architects. 

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