AMOpportunities (AMO) connects medical students, graduates, and professionals with U.S. clinical experiences. Our platform offers individuals the opportunity to explore and apply for clinical experiences at 200+ clinical sites across 70+ medical specialties and subspecialties. AMO provides exceptional support services such as visa and housing assistance.
CEO - Kyle Swinsky
Kyle founded the company alongside COO Benjamin Bradley in 2013, at their alma mater the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While at the university, Kyle founded and served as the president for his school's Premedical Chapter of the American Medical Student Association. Kyle, along with Ben, has led the company to help more than 3,000 international medical students and graduates find clinical rotations in the U.S., grow to 30 employees, raise $4.1 million in total funding, and create lasting partnerships with institutions such as University of Miami, Saint Anthony Hospital, Georgetown University, and the University of Chicago. Kyle later went on to get his MBA at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business while serving as the CEO for AMOpportunities.
COO - Benjamin Bradley
Benjamin founded the company alongside CEO Kyle Swinsky in 2013, at their alma mater the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Benjamin, along with Kyle, has led AMOpportunities to help more than 3,000 international medical students and graduates find clinical rotations in the U.S., grow to 30 employees, raise $4.1 million in total funding, and create lasting partnerships with institutions such as University of Miami, Saint Anthony Hospital, Georgetown University, and the University of Chicago. Benjamin later went on to get his JD/MBA at The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University while serving as the COO for AMOpportunities.
Ryan Flores - Chief Revenue Officer
So much of learning takes place outside a structured academic system. You learn about your strengths and weaknesses and ultimately develop your own identity.
Malek Yala - Chief Technology Officer
In college I learned that to get the most out of my educational experience I had to sit in the front row.
Kelli Rojek - Chief Experience Officer
My great grandparents immigrated to the U.S. from Lebanon. I grew up enjoying traditional handmade Lebanese food, which I hope to continue sharing with others.
Seide Hood - Chief Program Officer
Building a diverse workforce in healthcare is essential to understanding the social determinants of health.
Daniel Rivers - Director of Partnerships
Our goals may change, but it is important to always be working towards something.
Melanie Krauss - Operations & HR Coordinator
Diverse backgrounds and experiences can introduce fresh ideas and perspectives.
Antoine Foggs - Lead Advisor
Joy is created when we find unity despite differences.
Steve Ford - Lead Full Stack Developer
At school I learned how to analyze situational equality in education, personal, and professional life. Just because two people are given the same book doesn’t mean they’re given the same time to read.
Brandon Vander Meersch - Lead DevOps Engineer
I go on a ski/snowboarding trip once a year to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. The mountain culture is laid-back and relaxing.
Ashley Haines - Visitor Experience Coach
Diversity is important because we can learn so much from each other through our unique experiences and backgrounds.
Daniela Ortiz - UX/Product Designer
I have learned that with hard work and dedication anything is possible.
Ann Cook - Program Development Specialist
I have learned to believe in myself and always be open to change.
Jorge Carmona - Junior Full Stack Developer
I was born in the U.S., but both my parents are from Mexico. My parents taught me to find my own path, but return home every once in a while.
Alisia Brannon - Program Specialist
During a trip to the Galapagos Islands I learned that everyone lives differently, and we need to be less wasteful.
Donielle Alicea - Senior Marketing Director
I am Mexican and Puerto Rican (Yo soy Mexicana y Puertorriqueña). Growing up with the beauty of both heritages taught me the importance of hard work, the strength of family, and gave me a palate for great food.
Brittany Trevick - Director of Marketing
As a senior in college, I studied abroad in India. I learned that we take things as simple as turning on a faucet for granted, not even thinking how difficult it can be in other countries.
Shelby Smith - Program Coordinator
I’ve lived in France twice and have traveled to 15+ countries. The biggest takeaway is that we all are more similar than we think, but our cultures give us a valuable perspective to offer one another.
Tiana Peters - Rotation Specialist - Advisor
If you have your heart in something, always go for it.
Wanh Tran - Visitor Experience Coach
I am the son of Chinese immigrants. They taught me the importance of hard work and having a passion for what you do.
Mark Romz - Managing Full Stack Developer
Technology unites people across borders and cultures through the universal language of code.
Anthony Stabile - Rotation Specialist - Advisor
I believe life is like cooking: we cherish the recipes from those before us, use the ingredients in front of us, and look forward to learning more from others.
Annalisa Baranowski - Marketing Designer
Diversity cultivates a well-rounded culture in any setting and helps us develop better-informed opinions and views of the world.
Mia Palmejar-Takaki - Visitor Experience Coach
Being able to hear different perspectives is so valuable to our society. Providing opportunities to hear from others and have actual discussions that build understanding is crucial to have productive change and build empathy.
Taylor Spangler - Partnership Associate
My family has a deep heritage in farming and logging. We have learned to love the land, take care of it, and utilize it’s resources. This allowed us to help ourselves and many others across communities, and we continue this benevolence.
Clair Jennings - Rotation Specialist - Advisor
Diversity brings in new ideas and experiences, and people can learn from each other. With openness to diverse ideas, we are much less likely to fall into the trap of not questioning and not thinking there are multiple ways to do things.
Rana AlSheikh - Program Development Coordinator
Diversity humbles us all through showing us our privilege and forcing us to look past the rejection of collectivism: we are stronger together.
Martin Myron - Program Coordinator
Always remember to be a learner even if you are in the position of the teacher. You are never finished being a student.
We embrace cultural differences, support diversity, and work better together.
We experiment and explore, building a culture of lifelong learning.
We connect through honest communication.
We become a part of everyone's American dream, empowering others to succeed.
We strive to change the world with every action we take-big or small.
We build together, take risks together, and think big together.
We own our roles, take the initiative to succeed, and acknowledge failure as learning.
We solve real-world problems with joy and optimism.
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