Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Research Lead, Electric School Bus Initiative
Amy Todd is the Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Research Lead for the Electric School Bus Initiative. She works to help monitor progress and learning on the nationwide transition of all school buses from diesel to electric.
Prior to joining WRI, Amy worked for the United Nations Foundation where she led monitoring, evaluation, and learning for the Clean Cooking Alliance. She also worked at the American Institutes for Research on monitoring, evaluation, and research in the international division. She has 12 years of experience helping programs articulate strategy, measure progress, and learn.
Amy holds an MPP from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and a B.A. in Chinese history from Wesleyan University. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Azerbaijan.
Amy lives in Washington DC where she spends time with her family cooking, biking, and tending to her beehives.