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Amy Lippincott

Amy Lippincott Evaluation Support Specialist

Education: B.S. in Criminal Justice, Northeastern University

Amy provides support for ongoing evaluation client work in the areas of mixed-methods data collection, data management, and analysis. Since joining TCC in 2013, Amy has worked with a range of clients including My Own Book Fund, Camp Fire USA, The Gap Foundation, and The William Penn Foundation.

Previously, Amy worked in the federal government as an analyst. At the Defense Department Amy produced all-source intelligence reports on counterintelligence issues to support senior policymakers and CI operations and investigations. While working at the International Prisoner Transfer Unit in the Department of Justice, Amy evaluated transfer applications and drafted recommendations for action as a result of her analysis, in addition to performing legal research and case management assistance for attorneys and other staff.

Additionally, Amy worked with the Center for Criminal Justice Policy Research on “Understanding and Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Human Trafficking” a report that primarily details the results of a national law enforcement survey designed to collection information on: law enforcement’s perceptions of human trafficking; the characteristics of victims, perpetrators, and investigations; strategies used for identifying and prosecuting cases; and, the role that multi-agency task forces play in dealing with this issue.

Throughout most of her time at Northeastern University, Amy served on the Executive Board of NUBiLaGA, the University’s LGBTQQIA organization, first as the Director of Education, Advocacy, and Activism, and later as the organization’s Co-Chair. In these roles Amy served as a spokesperson and educator, both at the University and throughout the greater-Boston area, and worked with the leadership of other diversity organizations to host events and address issues of mutual concern.

Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University where she was awarded the Sears B. Condit Award given only to the top 100 graduates. In addition, Amy was a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and Phi Kappa Phi.

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