AMOpportunities is the most-trusted clinical experience provider because of the support and services we offer. Our team of AMO Advisors and Coaches are down to earth and genuinely care about your education. When you contact these individuals, they do their best to make you feel more confident in your rotation plans after each call, WhatsApp message, or email.  

Don’t believe us? Just check out our google reviews! You’ll not only see how popular AMO is with visitors but how popular AMO Coach Ashley is! 

 Coach Ashley is our most experienced AMO Coach. She’s helped thousands of medical students prepare for their clinical experiences by hosting orientations, assisting with enrollment, and giving suggestions on how to have a safe and well-planned trip to the U.S.—if your experience is in-person, that is! 

If you’re planning to rotate with AMOpportunities, you might work with Ashley in the future. Here is some information about her so you can get acquainted! 


Q: How long have you been a coach with AMOpportunities? 

A: I’ve been a coach with AMO for a little over two years. I started in November 2018. 


Q: What initially drew you to the company and this position?  

A:loved AMO’s mission of helping solve the physician shortage and helping medical students and graduates follow their dreams.  


Q: Is there something that makes you smile about your job? 

A: There are so many reasons to smile! I love it when visitors send us photos and stories from their rotations. Also, before COVID-19, we often met visitors in person and hosted events at our office in Chicago—that was a ton of fun. 


Q: Some visitors travel great distances for their rotations. Have you traveled anywhere interesting? Where would you like to travel in the future?  

A: once traveled to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic and stayed with friends—I loved it! Las Vegas and Los Angeles are next on my list. I did have a trip planned but had to cancel due to the pandemic.  


Q: Besides traveling and helping medical students acclimate to their rotations—what do you like to do for fun? 

A: I really enjoy cookingtrying new recipes, and listening to music.  


Q: Back when the AMOpportunities team wasn’t remote, you shared your creations in the office. What is something you’ve tried cooking recently that you would love to feed the team?  

A: I recently tried making fresh spring rolls. They were great 


Q: You’re currently balancing working at AMO with night school to earn another degree. What degree will you graduate with? What are you hoping to do with it?  

A: I am in my last semester of graduate schoolI’ll be getting my MBA and MA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I’d eventually like to get into executive coaching, maybe start my own consulting company too.  


Q: If you could participate in one AMO rotation, which one would it be and why?  

A: I would participate in the Internal Medicine program at SoHo Health Clinic located in New YorkIt’s a great, well-rounded experience from what past visitors have said. Plus, I love New York!  


Q: Do you have travel or planning hacks for those looking to participate in in-person or virtual rotations?  

A: My advice is that individuals looking to do multiple rotations should pick a big city like New York or Chicago, where many experiences are offered. This can help save money as you won’t have to travel cityto-city to diversify your learning. I would also advise that medical students take advantage of the virtual rotations, eliminating travel and lodging costs. In many cases, virtual rotations also allow for more one-on-one time with the physician! 


Want to work with Ashley?  First, you’ll have to secure a clinical experience.  

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