Amy Weinbaum has over 10 years of diverse international and domestic professional experience in organizational strategy and program development, management, monitoring and evaluation. Her professional roles have focused on addressing organizational, humanitarian and economic barriers by developing sustainable programs, resources, skills and tools to enable minority groups, women and vulnerable populations improve their lives.
Amy is passionate about increasing inclusive and equitable access to economic mobility by way of increasing access to quality jobs, job preparation training and resources, including removing barriers for low-income minority groups, students, justice-involved individuals, refugees, migrants, and immigrants.
Prior to her role as the Director of Mile High United Way’s Careers United Workforce Development Program, Amy was a Senior Manager on Mile High United Way’s Evaluation and Learning team. She played a key role in developing the Careers United strategy and development of its program and evaluation plans. Throughout her career, in both donor and grantee roles, Amy developed and implemented livelihood, economic development and humanitarian assistance programs for vulnerable women and children, refugees and migrants.
Ms. Weinbaum maintains strong external partnerships with key stakeholders and believes in the powerful benefits of collaboration. Workforce development aligns with her values of equity, human rights and economic justice. She believes that equitable workforce development is one of the most important levers in addressing inequality.