Amy is the founder and CEO of Global Impact Advisors. She is responsible for the strategy and execution of GIA’s work. She works closely with her clients to creatively and efficiently solve complex problems. She is commonly seen as a connector and a facilitator – someone who is able to bring together different viewpoints to develop comprehensive programs aiming to achieve an impact on people’s lives.
She focuses the firm’s efforts on strategic execution – combining content rich project management with strategic thinking to help clients achieve their goals. These roles have been shaped and influenced through her background in design and public health. She brings a range of skills in program design and management, monitoring and evaluation, and implementation of multi-stakeholder public-private partnerships.
While at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, she launched a partnership with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology and as the TB Program Manager was responsible for the successful execution of the TB program strategy. Amy holds a BA in History from Brown University and an MPH in Social & Behavioral Sciences from the University of Washington. Amy lives in California with her husband and three young children.