Amy Cox is committed to helping school systems and education organizations use data to make strategic decisions. Amy conducts analyses related to school and district financial resource allocation, talent management trends and distribution, student outcome trends, and formative and summative evaluations. In addition to understanding their current state, she specializes in helping districts, nonprofits, and foundations to plan ahead, developing and providing implementation training and support for financial projection, budget, and sustainability planning tools for clients like Communities in Schools and districts funded by the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving and Nellie Mae Education Foundation.
Amy also spearheaded the development of a nationally recognized model for human resource modeling and has developed principal vacancy models for Denver Public Schools and Hillsborough County Public Schools, and teacher and principal vacancy models for the Syracuse City School District.
- Data analysis
- Resource modeling
- BA in sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Graduate certificate in education finance from Georgetown University