Sana Imam, M.P.H., is a social impact entrepreneur and operations management consultant specializing in program and project management; health care mergers and acquisitions; organizational redesign and margin improvement; diversity, equity, and inclusion issues; workforce optimization; and board governance. She is a subject matter expert in Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) public assistance grant program funding and has helped large health systems and small businesses receive grant funding related to the COVID-19 pandemic economic relief efforts. She is a member of the city of Montgomery’s Mayor’s Young Professional Council, where she advocates for closing the gap on health care disparities, and currently serves as a health care subject matter expert to the Alabama State Senate. Imam holds a B.A. in psychology and economics from Georgetown University and an M.P.H. from Drexel University.
Social Impact Entrepreneur and Operations Management Consultant