She previously served as the PATH Technical Assistance Lead as part of SAMHSA’s Homeless and Housing Resource Network. In this role, she led the development and implementation of grantee learning communities to support the PATH program’s transition to using local Homeless Management Information Systems for data collection. Amy led the rollout of training and technical assistance related to PATH Data Exchange, the online platform used to collect provider-level data for the PATH Annual Report. She also served as the Project Director for OrganWise Families, a Health Resources and Services Administration-funded research project to evaluate the effectiveness of an adapted nutrition and wellness program for young children experiencing homelessness.
Prior to joining C4 Innovations, Amy worked as a PATH outreach worker in Boston, Massachusetts, providing case management and counseling services for individuals experiencing homelessness and serious mental illness. She has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College.