Amber Rich is a community partnership specialist with Intermountain Healthcare, which includes local leadership for the Utah Alliance for Determinants of Health. The Alliance is a three-year community collaborative aimed at addressing factors outside of healthcare that impact our well-being like food, housing, violence, transportation, and utilities. She works closely with fellow not-for-profit organizations and other community partners to address prevention and wellness, as well as coordination of care for medical and behavioral health services for vulnerable populations. She also is part of the Intermountain Speakers Bureau on Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Distribution.
She is a graduate of Southern Utah University, and began her career in public relations with Dixie State University and Dixie Regional Medical Center. She also worked as an adjunct communications instructor, and has extensive experience as a free-lance writer. She sits on several community boards and coalitions, and has been an active volunteer in the community for more than two decades. She and her husband, Adam, have four children and reside in St. George.