Amy Keith has nearly 20 years of experience in humanitarian action, refugee response and post-crisis recovery. She has served in a broad scope of operational management, program development, policy and technical advisory roles with the International Rescue Committee, the Danish Refugee Council, Oxfam, Malteser International and the United Methodist Committee on Relief.
Amy’s interest in IARAN stems from her expertise in inter-agency coordination and coalition-building: collaborative work and collective action are key to systemic change. She holds a Master of Public Administration from the Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Bates College.
Amy led on the IARAN’s core project of 2018, ‘From Voices to Choices’.