Amy is a Senior Specialist for Environmental Incentives, bringing nearly 25 years of experience in international environmental development and domestic water protection. Amy has spent the past 10 years supporting USAID’s water, forestry and biodiversity, energy, climate change, and engineering programs. Previously, she worked in two national parks – Gorongosa National Park in central Mozambique and the Eastern High Atlas National Park in Morocco. Amy also has experience at EPA’s Office of Water, working to curb polluted runoff and develop watershed protection plans. Amy holds a Masters in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Johns Hopkins University.