Amber Chaudhry received her B.S. from Allegheny College, and further education from the University of Pittsburgh, receiving her M.P.H and J.D.  During her studies, Amber worked as an intern for the Allegheny County Health Department and as a researcher for the U.N Gender Equity Committee. Amber also worked as a Derrick Bell Research Scholar and as an extern in Pitt Law’s pro-bono Health Law Clinic. She’s served as a summer associate at Highmark and The Department of Veterans Affairs largely focusing on breach of contract, contract development, and negotiation work.  Amber has since worked as a Grant Writer and Advancement Associate for nonprofit and for-profit entities. She has experience in both state-level and private grant writing, working with the state and several foundations to fund projects such as; the development of fresh-food retailers in food deserts, redevelopment of community playgrounds, infrastructure rehabilitation for community business development centers, and refugee resettlement programs. She has successfully sought over $4 M in funding for her clients. Amber has a particular interest in procuring funds for organizations that support the upward mobility and health of marginalized populations.