Amy Girardi is a senior program manager at Jobs for the Future, working with several Jobs for the Future projects focused on creating career pathways for lower-skilled adults, including Breaking Through, Accelerate TEXAS, and Jobs to Manufacturing Careers.
Ms. Girardi has more than 10 years of experience assisting low-income populations, specifically immigrants, ex-offenders, substance abusers, and the homeless. Most recently, she was a GED and ABE instructor in Bunker Hill Community College's GED-to-College Pathway program in Boston. She also coordinated Project Lighthouse, the adult education and employment resource center under the Boston Public Health Commission. Ms Girardi has a Master's of Education in instructional design from the University of Massachusetts. She earned her Bachelor's in literature and philosophy from Bradford College.