Amy oversees the integration of inclusion in our peacebuilding programmes, research, analysis, training and advocacy.
She has experience working in a range of contexts including the DRC, Ethiopia, Uganda and the MENA region, as well as longer-term work in Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam for peacebuilding organisation Cord.
Amy has delivered programming, research, evaluations and training for a range of different NGOs, including Search for Common Ground and Girls Not Brides, as well as governments and multilaterals such as ICAI, FCDO, CSSF, African Union, the EU, GIZ, SDC, UN OHCHR and UN DPO. Her expertise includes bringing together civil society, peacebuilders and authorities to engage in dialogue on a range of issues.
She has authored papers for the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security and continues advising on inclusive peacebuilding for the CSSF Women, Peace and Security Helpdesk. Amy holds a Master’s degree from UCL.