Amy is driven to find sustainable and innovative solutions to various water challenges exacerbated by climate change.
Amy started her professional career at Castalia as an intern on the water practice team, before joining full-time as an analyst. Her areas of focus include PPPs, international development, water and sanitation governance and finance, and life cycle assessment.
Her experience prior to Castalia includes work in management consulting, financial services, and non-profit organizations in China, Singapore, and the United States. She has also worked as a graduate consultant for a mobile fueling company while completing her degree at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C.
Having access to sufficient, safe, and affordable water and sanitation services is a basic human right.
How do you recharge?
I drink a venti double chocolate chip Frappuccino (hot chocolate in winter), eat a birthday cake pop, and nap
What is one cool fact about your culture/heritage?
We put bird eye chilies in almost everything
Would you rather have unlimited sushi for life or unlimited tacos for life?
Sushi! But tacos if threatened by force