Amy has over eight years of experience developing sustainability strategies and programs for both the private and public sectors. She is interested in supporting the implementation and growth of innovative ideas that challenge business as usual and solve the large, systemic sustainability challenges of our time.
- Worked for Heal the Bay and its consortium partners to evaluate the costs and benefits of different potential infrastructure investments in the City of Los Angeles, incorporating environmental and social impacts in the analysis
- Co-authored a high-level report, published by the Inter-American Development Bank, proposing a Climate Change adaptation strategy for the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Developed holistic climate change mitigation and climate change adaptation strategies for public entities: calculated cost-efficiency and cost-benefit analysis; evaluated global best practices, relevant public policy, current social, economic, political context for proposed policies and initiatives
- Researched systemic issues affecting social responsibility within the global supply chain and presented solutions to help meet sustainability goals
Amy has a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility from EOI, in Spain, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from UCLA.