Amy Colpo, MPP
Knowledge Development Specialist
Amy Colpo serves as a knowledge development specialist for the PROGRESS Center, where she supports policy scans, focus groups, site visits, and literature reviews. In addition, Ms. Colpo serves as a content expert and technical assistance facilitator for the CEEDAR Center and National Center on Intensive Intervention. In these roles, she builds the capacity of federal clients, state and local education agencies, and educator preparation programs to design and implement systems related to special education, educator preparation, intensive intervention, educator talent management, and evaluation and accountability systems. Prior to joining AIR, Ms. Colpo served as the special populations coordinator for the Tennessee State Board of Education, a research assistant on Dr. Lynn Fuchs’ Accelerated Academic Achievement initiative, and an educator and interventionist. Ms. Colpo received her Master of Public Policy degree in education policy from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College.