Amy started at LFA in 2013. She is passionate about LFA’s approach to partnering with clients to deepen their organizational learning practices thus maximizing their impact and sustainability. Amy’s portfolio focuses on strategic planning and capacity-building in a wide array of content areas, including youth development, economic and community development, education, immigrant rights, and media.
Amy’s background includes work with immigration reform, re-entry services, ELL tutoring, children in foster care, and women in Ecuador.
- Bachelor of Arts, Public Policy, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Selected Project Experience
- Strategic Planning for KQED Education
- Evaluation of the James Irvine Foundation’s California Pay for Success Initiative
- Community Needs Assessment of the Sunnydale Public Housing Site for Mercy Housing
- Evaluation of Trauma Transformed (T2), a regional effort to create a coordinated and trauma-informed system of care for youth across seven Bay Area counties
- Evaluation Capacity Building for S.D. Bechtel Jr. Foundation’s LEAPS (Leadership and Evaluation to Advance Program Success) for Environmental Literacy Initiative