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Amy Berg is the Development Director at the National School Climate Center (NSCC). With fifteen years of experience in multiple facets of the non-profit sector - including fundraising, research, writing and strategic planning - Amy is dedicated to creating a future where all youth are valued and given every opportunity to thrive. Before joining NSCC, Amy founded Social Justice Partners, a consulting service that helped non-profit clients with grant writing and fund development, data collection and evaluation, and organizational development. Before becoming a consultant, she served as the Research Director for the Coalition for Community Schools and as the Development Director for the Community Schools Collaboration. Amy’s areas of interest include youth development, educational leadership, community engagement, health disparities, college access, and community-based learning. She also has experience in communications, branding and message development, media relations, policy development and program evaluation. When Amy is not at NSCC, she is hard at work on her first novel, Scot and Zelda Solve a Murder.