BA (Hons), MBA, PhD
Amy is Senior Faculty in Ashridge Executive Education at Hult International Business School where she teaches across undergraduate, postgraduate and executive programs. She is a regular writer and speaker on the topics of engagement, authentic leadership, resilience and compassion at work and has a particular research interest in how ‘crucible experiences’ of personal trauma affect who we are and how we lead. Amy is a Visiting Scholar at Aston University and leads the research into barriers to engagement for Engage for Success, a UK Government-led movement which is seeking to improve engagement and well-being levels across industry. In her spare time, Amy is a keen triathlete. She lives in Buckinghamshire with her partner Colin, four children and Alfie the dog and Jess the cat.