NiiAmah leverages 10+ years of experience across public health, government affairs, advocacy, and communications to help clients advance their strategic goals and amplify their impact.
Prior to joining Camber, NiiAmah led government relations for East and Southern African countries at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where he worked on initiatives across the global health and broader international development spheres. NiiAmah was previously a Special Assistant at the Baltimore City Health Department supporting a range of communications, tuberculosis screening, HIV prevention, and emergency preparedness projects. He began his career as a New York-based strategic communications and media relations consultant, working with clients including the Gates Foundation, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and the US Centers for Disease Control.
NiiAmah was a Sommer Scholar at Johns Hopkins University, where he completed a Master’s in Public Health degree. He also holds a BA in the History of Science/History of Medicine from Yale University. His interests include amateur photography, dance, and his never-ending search for the best burger in Seattle.