As director for PSI’s Program Analytics team, Amy’s leadership enables the team to produce evidence and tools directly linked to decisions that will ensure success in PSI’s strategic plan.
Amy has twenty years of experience in international health and development including time at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, U.S. Centers for Disease Control Malaria Branch, University of Durham and the UK Medical Research Council in The Gambia.
She has employed and taught a wide range of methodologies for program evaluation, surveillance and operations research, and also has supported effectiveness and efficacy studies. Drawing from these experiences, she values pragmatic and purpose-driven approaches to measurement. Amy was also a Peace Corps volunteer in Fiji.
Amy attended DePauw University as an undergraduate, and completed her master’s degree and doctorate at the Harvard School of Public Health. She is based in Atlanta, Georgia.