Amy Durand was born and raised in Kodiak, Alaska. After graduating from Kodiak High School in 2005, she moved to the East Coast to continue her education. Amy earned her Associates Degree in Visual Communication, and Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration. Amy worked at Kodiak Area Native Association as the Health Grants Coordinator where she applied for and managed multiple healthcare grants. Amy currently serves on the KCHC Board of Directors, is the Team Manager for Kodiak 12U Hockey, and is a Rotarian at the Kodiak Noon Rotary Club. Amy has always had a passion to help others, and feels humbled to be given the opportunity to serve the Kodiak Community as the Executive Director of Hospice and Palliative Care of Kodiak.


Volunteer Coordinator

HPCK is currently hiring for this position.