Mr. Raghavendra, MBA has donned various hats throughout his career spanning diverse sectors and markets. He specializes in delivering operational sustainability and incremental revenues for corporations and institutions by providing practical advice in the areas of market entry, pricing, joint ventures and emerging market opportunities.
Mr. Raghavendra’s role is to develop and implement a sustainability plan for NTC as a project of MA SANE Program/MDPH, maintain current NTC operations and contribute to the strategic objectives of the Center.
Contact me: Avinash.Raghavendra@State.MA.US
Cindy L. Moore, CPNP, SANE
Education and Outreach Coordinator
Ms. Moore joined the NTC team in July 2015. She has been a Pediatric SANE since 2004 and an Adult and Adolescent SANE since 2007. Ms. Moore has served as the Clinical Coordinator for the Massachusetts Pediatric SANE program for 7 years and has worked at several other institutions in the Boston area working with sexual assault and child abuse patients. She has been actively educating nursing and other various disciplines throughout Massachusetts, nationally, and internationally regarding sexual assault and child abuse. Ms. Moore is responsible for supporting and enhancing the training, education, and outreach needs of the NTC.
Contact me: Cynthia.Moore@State.MA.US
Amanda J. Wyma
Ms. Wyma is the Administrator on the National TeleNursing Center project. She came to the National TeleNursing Center from Seattle Pacific University, where she studied Political Science, Communications, and Women’s Studies. Her passion for women’s issues and social justice drew her to the project. She is responsible for managing the office operations of the Center.
Contact me: Amanda.Wyma@State.MA.US