Amy joined the Experimental College as Assistant Director in 2015 after many years of experience in both law and higher education administration. She holds a B.A. from the State University of New York, and a J.D. from Northeastern University. As an attorney she primarily worked with low income clients and prisoners on a range of issues, including health care access, mental health treatment, and public benefits. As a higher ed administrator, she focused on program development, career counseling, and experiential learning at both Northeastern University and Suffolk University. She has taught at the high school, college, and law school levels.
At the ExCollege, Amy directs the Explorations first-year advising program and leads a seminar for peer teachers. She also contributes to the strategic planning, program management, outreach, and events of the department. Outside of work, Amy likes doing crafty things like pottery, knitting and up-cycling old chairs. She can sometimes be spotted walking around the neighborhood with her rescue dog, Luko..