Amy Hodge

Amy provides qualitative research and project management support to research, evaluation, and technical assistance projects across Education Northwest.

Before joining Education Northwest, Amy was a graduate assistant with the Tennessee Board of Regents where she was responsible for managing curriculum for the state’s 27 technical colleges. Amy’s interest in joining Education Northwest stems from her previous experience teaching in Austin, Texas. Specifically, she’s passionate about expanding opportunities for students to engage in experiential and work-based learning.

Amy earned her master’s degree in education policy from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor of Arts in general social studies with a music minor from the University of Oregon.

Project Management and Applied Research