Amy Scoville-Weaver is a Program Manager within Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, where she manages relationships with companies interested in collaborating with ASU on sustainability solutions. She also manages ASU’s institutional partnership with Conservation International, designed to conserve nature while training the next generation of conservation leaders. Prior to working in KED, Amy worked for the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes where she managed partnerships, including with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and led business development.
Amy brings a strong background in project implementation and strategic planning within the human rights and environmental sustainability sectors. She has strong record working across corporate, non-profit and municipal stakeholders to execute and deliver on specific projects. This includes supporting the RE100 campaign in London and India, working with the AZ Refugee Health Office to improve health outcomes for urban refugees and leading a strategic planning effort for International Rescue Committee Yemen to inform and improve local humanitarian operations.
Amy is a member of the Network of Academic Corporate Relations Officers and the Arizona Emerging Sustainability Leader 2019-2020 cohort, a network of sustainability professionals within the state.
Amy earned her B.A. at Sarah Lawrence College and an M.S in Environment and Develoment from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has also conducted human rights research at the University of Oxford.