Miranda Morris is Executive Director of the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement. She is an integral part of the ACHI leadership team, assisting in the creation of efficient and effective operational plans for projects within the organization’s four core business areas: operations, policy, data and research & evaluation. She oversees the smooth integration of new projects and participates in the oversight of existing projects. Ms. Morris also supports CEO and President Joe Thompson in the fulfillment of the mission and vision of ACHI, provides resource management leadership, builds organizational capacity, and operates as a catalyst for cross-functional learning.
Ms. Morris has over 15 years of experience in managing projects, working with policymakers, teaching, and coordinating educational opportunities. Previously, she has served as director of education and quality initiatives and assistant director of continuing education at UAMS, among other roles.
Ms. Morris holds a master of arts from George Washington University and a bachelor of arts from the University of Central Arkansas.
Ms. Morris speaks on the following topics:
- Healthy Active Arkansas
- Arkansas health system
- ACHI history
- population health initiatives
- Health education
- Quality improvement
- Health policy