Amy is an engagement manager and consultant at the Trium Group, a boutique management consulting firm in San Francisco, working with executives from the world’s top organizations to help “change the world by changing the way business leaders think.” She supports and teams who are undertaking critical initiatives at the intersection of strategy, culture, and leadership, with a particular emphasis on transformation at the individual leader level. Amy honed her ability to decipher and reconcile the needs of multiple stakeholders as an organizational transformation consultant working with large multinationals at Ernst & Young and Infosys Technologies.
Amy believes that strong, visionary leadership is the key to driving sustainable change, and she is thrilled to be working with the students from Turning Green. Amy holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a BA in Political Science, Economics, and Hispanic Studies from McGill University. Prior to her consulting career, Amy spent several years in the outdoor industry in rural Colorado and is passionate about taking care of the planet and all of its inhabitants. She stays grounded through her connection to the outdoors – hiking, running, snowboarding, climbing, and kite surfing – and exploring the world through adventures near and far.