child welfare, early childhood
Amy Grenier is thrilled to be able to spend her days putting her research and evaluation skills to use to help strengthen programs, systems, and communities. Here at the Butler Institute, Amy supports the work of the National Child Welfare Workforce Institute (NCWWI) through evaluation project management, data collection and analysis, reporting and dissemination, and collaboration with program partners. Amy loves finding patterns in data and creating digestible, visual, and actionable stories to guide program efforts. One any given day, you could find her running analyses in SPSS, designing an infographic, creating systems to manage data, or working to build positive professional relationships with colleagues and partners.
When not working, Amy loves spending time outdoors with her husband and two energetic kiddos.
MA: Research Methods and Statistics – University of Denver
MPA: Nonprofit Management – University of Colorado Denver
BA, BFA: University of Georgia