Amanda Batlle, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, NPD-BC

Pediatric nurse practitioner and board-certified nursing professional development specialist

Amanda Battle, MSN, RN, CPNP-PC, NPD-BC

Amanda Batlle is a primary care pediatric nurse practitioner and board-certified nursing professional development specialist. Her passion for keeping Georgia’s children healthy and safe through prevention education led Amanda to manage Strong4Life’s injury prevention programming after managing education, quality and accreditation for Children’s ambulatory clinics for 5 years. Prior to joining Children’s, Amanda supported children in a number of ways, including teaching, nursing and working in a Federally Qualified Health Center serving the under- and uninsured. Amanda is committed to ensuring all children have equitable access to the best care.

Amanda earned her Bachelor of Education in kinesiology from the University of Georgia and her Master of Science in nursing from Vanderbilt University. Amanda is pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice and Master of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, which she will complete in 2025.

As a working mom to two kids and a teenager, Amanda understands the challenges of trying to balance it all and hopes to do so with humor and humility. When she isn’t working or studying, Amanda and her family enjoy playing sports, being active outdoors, camping, kayaking and paddleboarding, gardening, and trying new recipes in the kitchen.