Ami came to Elevate in 2020 with two decades of experience in the nonprofit sector, including ten years as an independent development consultant in the New York Metro and New England regions. In that capacity, she supported progressive grant writing initiatives around workforce development, affordable housing, and health equity. Ami’s extensive experience with metrics and evaluation in anti-poverty work are key to her role as a team leader and strategist at Elevate, where her portfolio is largely focused on housing and homelessness.
Ami earned her BA in History from George Washington University in Washington, DC. She has completed coursework at the University of Rhode Island and Brown University. In the 1990s, Ami lived and worked in South America and speaks Spanish and Portuguese in addition to her native English.
Ami resides in lovely Providence, RI with her two teenaged children, who keep her very much on her toes.
I can be persuasive and good at getting people to do things (so long as those people are not my teenagers and the thing is not homework).
I might be a period because I take great pleasure in getting tasks and projects done, crossing items off of lists, and generally finishing anything I start.
I would say the seemingly ubiquitous use of "that" instead of "who" or "which" in a relative clause.
Shopping and cooking for the week, finishing up household chores. It may sound dull, but heading into the work and school week with our domestic ducks in a row really makes a difference.