Amy currently serves as an assistant professor at Georgetown University. In her capacity at Georgetown, she co-leads the behavioral health work of the Head Start National Center on Health, Behavioral Health and Safety, a training and technical assistance center for Early Head Start and Head Start. Amy also is a faculty member on the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations.
Amy has worked in the field of infant and early childhood mental health for over twenty-five years. Before coming to Georgetown, she served in many roles at ZERO TO THREE including, but not limited to the Director of Program Operations for the Early Head Start National Resource Center and the Director of the Center on the Social Emotional Foundations for Early Learning (CSEFEL). Amy has served as a National Head Start Fellow at the Office of Head Start for two years and was the mental health manager to a large Head Start program for eight years. Amy has provided training and technical assistance to early childhood mental health to a variety of audiences around the country.