Assistant Director & Regional Manager
Before coming to Duke, Amy served as a senior advisor and program coordinator for study abroad at the University of Iowa for six years. She advised for experiential learning (internships, research, and service learning abroad) as well as faculty-led and provider programming in Italy, Greece, Africa, and the Middle East. Prior to Iowa, Amy advised and coordinated faculty-led programs at Kennesaw State University.
While earning her master's degree in comparative politics and public policy at the University of Missouri, Amy coordinated and led international service learning programming in Cape Coast, Ghana as a Peace Corps Fellow.
Amy earned her bachelor's degree in political science and religious studies from the University of Iowa, and after graduation, she served as a Peace Corps Education Volunteer in Mokhotlong, Lesotho.
In her free time Amy loves being outdoors; she bikes to work, runs, and enjoys exploring muddy trails with her dog Ivy.
Amy joined Duke’s Global Education Office for Undergraduates in 2019.
Primary Responsibilities: Regional Director for the UK, Ireland, Middle East, Asia, and U.S.-based Duke-In programs. Program management for Duke in the Arab World (summer), Duke in China (summer), Duke in Sri Lanka (summer), Duke in New York Arts and Media (semester), Duke in New York Summer Internships in the City (summer), Duke in New York Financial Markets and Institutions (semester), Duke in Los Angeles (semester), Duke in D.C. (semester), Duke in Silicon Valley (summer), Duke in Chicago Arts Entrepreneurship (summer), and Duke in Chicago Finance (summer).