Amin Etemad earned a Bachelor's degree in management from l'Université de Montréal's HEC School of Commerce followed by an MBA in Medical Management from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis in 2008. He led Amazon fulfillment as an Operations Manager at MSP5 in Shakopee, MN before joining the supply chain team of Minnesota-based Allina Health as a process improvement manager. He then moved to a central QI role at Allina where he was part of MN's Covid surge planning for the ED and ICU in 2020.
In the fall of 2020, Amin joined Stanford Health as a Quality Improvement Project Manager in Radiology. In 2023, he transitioned to the school of medicine where he leads the quality improvement team in the department of surgery.
Amin is an avid tennis and soccer player and loves playing acoustic guitar and a classical string instrument called Santoor. He speak5 languages, having grown up on 3 continents and 5 countries, raised in a family of 10+ medical doctors with a continuous love for traveling the world and learning new cultures and cuisines.
Education & Certifications
SSBB, Stanford University, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification
BA, École des hautes études commerciales (Université de Montréal), Management (2002)
MBA, University of Saint Thomas, Medical Management (2008)
- Reimagining a Virtual Radiology QI Structured Problem-Solving Program RSNA 2023