Amy specializes in writing about tech and innovation. Her areas of expertise include:
2) Construction Industry
3) Artificial Intelligence
4) Energy Sector
Amy writes in a variety of formats including white papers, blogs, scholarly articles, newspaper articles, and podcast scripts.
Amy's interests include photography, money coaching, and learning about the stock market. She finished the Harvard Business School (online) course on Leading with Finance in March 2022 and will begin the HBS Disruptive Finance course in June.
Fields: Public Policy, International Relations, Comparative Politics
Amy holds a Ph.D. in political science and international relations. Her thesis focused on telecommunications policy and regulatory reform in the USA and France.
She holds a Bachelor of arts degree with High Honors in English. She minored in Psychology.
Amy's work in bio/pharm includes topics such as cellular agriculture, personalized medicine, biobanks, and environmental technologies.
Amy wrote an invited policy brief for a US Senator on the topic of cryptocurrencies and US public policy.
Amy's published work in the science sector includes an emphasis on social and policy implications of breakthroughs in biotech, AI, and space technology.
Amy has written articles in a variety of formats, including scholarly, online magazines, and newspaper articles.
Amy has written blogs for corporate clients in the venture capital and construction industries.
Amy has written case studies on technology-related topics for clients such as the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and the Environment (New Zealand). She has also published original scholarly case studies.
Since 2016, Amy has given numerous invited presentations on science and technology-related topics to clients such as Canterbury Tech Association, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and Eastern Kentucky University Veterans' Studies. She is also a TEDx and Singularity U speaker.
Amy has been on radio several times and has experience writing original podcast scripts.
Amy has written white papers for clients in the construction, hedge fund, and electric vehicle charging station sectors.