Environmental Incentives
Environmental Incentives

Amy Gambrill

Senior Synthesis & Outreach Coordinator
Washington D.C.

agambrill@enviroincentives.com



Areas of Expertise

  • International Development
  • Strategic Communications

Education & Certificates

  • B.S., Geology & Geophysics and Environmental Studies, Yale University
  • M.S., Environmental Sciences & Policy, Johns Hopkins University

Amy Gambrill

Senior Synthesis & Outreach Coordinator
Washington D.C.

agambrill@enviroincentives.com

Amy is the Senior Synthesis & Outreach Specialist for the Measuring Impact (MI) initiative. She brings more than 20 years of experience in international development, with focus on natural resource management, water, and communications to the MI team. Her strong ability to convey technical concepts to varied groups helps provide synthesis and outreach functions to MI’s complex Intermediate Results.

During her time with Measuring Impact, Amy was instrumental in developing the winning video selection for USAID’s CLA case contest. She was Executive Editor for one of USAID’s top five most subscribed newsletters. Amy developed Gorongosa National Park’s first post-war management plan and initiated work to rehabilitate Gorongosa’s elephant population. The Park and its elephants have since been profiled extensively by National Geographic for its recovery.

Amy hopes to be as influential as Jane Goodall in the field of conservation. Through improved conservation practices, use of story-telling, and attention to easy-to-understand messages, a greater and more varied portion of the population will engage and ultimately protect nature.