Amy Germuth

Amy Germuth
EvalWorks
Founder and President

Education: Ph.D. Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Areas of Expertise: Education evaluation and consulting.

Dr. Amy Germuth earned her Ph.D. in Education Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation from the University of North at Carolina Chapel Hill (2003), her M.Ed. Administration from Tennessee State University (1997), and her B.S. in Mathematics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1991). Dr. Germuth is Founder and President of EvalWorks, LLC, an education evaluation consulting firm located in Durham, North Carolina, that focuses on evaluating STEM initiatives. She is also President of the Research Triangle Park Evaluators and former Chair of the American Evaluation Association Data Visualization and Reporting Topical Interest Group (TIG) and the Independent Consulting TIG. In addition, she taught high school mathematics for five years and was an elementary and middle school administrator for three years.

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