With over ten years of experience in the below-market housing sector, Amy believes that an affordable home provides the foundation for a successful and stable life. Amy’s skill is her ability to create projects which deliver positive long term outcomes for investors, government stakeholders, tenants and communities.
Amy currently oversees the development of innovative new business opportunities for Mission Australia Housing, recently the Ivanhoe redevelopment under the NSW Government Communities Plus program. Amy also contributes significantly towards Mission Australia’s research and social policy team in the area of housing policy.
Amy brings international experience and expertise, having worked in New York City (from 2005 – 2013) in the affordable housing sector. Initially at an influential not-for-profit organisation and subsequently for a large financial intermediary, Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. which acts on behalf of financial intuitions investing in below-market housing.
Amy graduated with honours from Monash Law School, and she is a retired member of the New York State Bar Association where she passed the Bar Exam in 2006.