Amy loves people and puzzles, making project management a natural fit. She thrives on fostering relationships and working with others to put together all the many and varied pieces that make up a project.

Amy’s analytical and problem-solving skills were quite literally developed in a lab. She began her career conducting colorectal cancer research, an experience that enhanced her love of learning and discovery, provided her a genuine appreciation for collaboration, and fueled a desire to create meaningful educational experiences for others. Since leaving the lab, Amy has spent the past 12 years managing production and creating content for educational workshops and conferences in the scientific non-profit and pharmaceutical training agency sector.

Amy received her BS in Biology from LaSalle University and her PhD in Genetics from Thomas Jefferson University.

Fun fact: Amy is a die-hard Philadelphia sports fan. At least half of her wardrobe is Phillies and Eagles gear, which she loves to design and make herself!