Amy oversees the strategy and operations for the Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA). Amy helps to empower students on their career and life journey, helping them to find and create their passions, skills and interests.
An experienced higher educational professional with increasing responsibility, Amy has expertise in innovative program planning, strategic planning, successful collaborations, leadership development, leading consortia, promoting the liberal arts, and most importantly, helping students make connections with alumni and employers.
Amy has held active leadership roles in professional associations: serving as a past Director-College, Board of Directors for the National Association of College and Employers (NACE) and Past President, Board of Directors for the Eastern Association of Colleges and Employer (EACE).
Amy received her B.A. in Classics at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA and her M.S. in Psychological Services at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.