Director, Research and Events
Amy manages executive and non-executive recruitment assignments and heads Wild Research, our thought leadership division. She ensures a rigorous research process and engaging publications. A recent example, Education: The Greatest British Export, is a report with original research assessing the economic and cultural value of education as an export to the UK and making recommendations to support the sector. Amy is also editor of Leading Women: The Life, Legacy and Inspiration of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson (2017), which celebrates the life of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and the achievements of women in the education sector today, as well as the challenges that persist.
Amy has a background in international research and programming high-level events, most recently at Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs). She has established conferences in Asia and Europe, and secured business leaders as well as ministerial speakers from across the globe. She was previously a Research Associate at Wild Search (2011-12), while completing her Public Policy MA at King’s College London (2012).
Amy has a History of Art BA from University College London (2007) and retains her interest in the arts, most notably through organising exhibitions and events for The Mill, a Walthamstow-based charity with which she has been involved since 2013.