FRONTLINE/World investigates one of its own stories, the "PlayPump", which promised to use a merry-go-round and the power of children to help meet the dire need for fresh water in southern Africa. More
Amy worked as a producer at NPR in Washington, DC for three years. She then moved to South Africa and worked as a foreign correspondent covering Africa. Amy received an Emmy nomination for her reporting on the genocide in Darfur. More
Amy has worked as an independent consultant and trainer for one of America’s leading daily newspapers. She was hired to help the paper’s news and online staff to improve the quality of the audio it produces for the paper’s website. More
Amy is an experienced public speaker. She was invited to address senior-level US military leaders about the ongoing genocide in Darfur at the National War College in Washington, DC. Amy was also a featured speaker at a symposium on Gender and War at Central Connecticut State University.
She gave the annual Sower's Seed lecture at Trinity College in Washington, DC. The lecture series recognizes alums who have put their commitment to social justice into action. More