Amy is a director at Omidyar Network where she supports investments to provide and protect people’s property rights through technology innovation and successful, scalable service delivery models.
Amy brings 25 years of management expertise and a deep background in property rights and land tenure to her role at Omidyar Network. She was previously a senior associate at Tetra Tech, where she managed programs in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean focused on securing property rights, land policy and land law, land administration and institutions, restitution, rural development, and land rights of vulnerable groups. Prior to joining Tetra Tech, Amy was a land specialist for the Millennium Challenge Corporation conducting due diligence and project design for programs in Nicaragua and Burkina Faso. As a director with Chemonics International, she provided technical assistance, developed new business, and managed multi-disciplinary activities funded by USAID, the World Bank, the IADB, and the Millennium Challenge Corporation.
Amy received a post-graduate diploma in land management and informal settlement regularization from the Lincoln Land Institute and the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, an M.A. in international affairs from The George Washington University, and a B.A. in international relations from Boston University.