Social and Environmental Impact Analyst
Amy is a firm believer in values-based leadership and systems-level sustainability. She is an advocate for innovative problem solving and addressing our most pressing environmental issues through a social and economic lens.
A graduate of the University of Colorado, Amy earned her BA in Environmental Studies and Ecology/Evolutionary Biology. As a student she focused on examining issues of energy access and development and built up experience across a range of sustainability-oriented nonprofit organizations. Before joining the team at Beneficial State Foundation, Amy worked in the energy division of Navigant Consulting. As a consultant, she worked with national utility companies and government agencies, specializing in process evaluations, market characterizations, and behavioral energy efficiency programs.
A mountain-girl at heart, Amy enjoys spending her free time outdoors, singing off-key, and reading any books she can get her hands on. She is excited to focus her efforts on community development impact and encourages you to connect!