Amber has 15 years of experience in nonprofit program management and social science research. Her career experience has included work in social impact assessment to inform complex environmental processes in Hawaii and the Pacific as well as fund development and program management for grassroots nonprofit organizations in Hawaii and the San Francisco Bay Area. She is currently the Director of Impact and Development at INPEACE, and is responsible for managing the fund development of the organization, with an annual budget of $5.2 million, and supporting innovations that deepen the organization's impact.
Amber is passionate about the use of data to inform high impact, efficient and effective operation and service and has an interest in participatory and empowerment approaches. She has a Bachelor degree in International Relations from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and a Master Degree in Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development from the Australian National University.