Amy Getz is a Senior Program Associate with Mathematics supporting multiple projects in secondary and postsecondary mathematics. She works to identify and scale policies, structures, and practices that promote high-quality equitable learning experiences and outcomes. She is particularly interested in effective engagement of diverse stakeholders to create and sustain transformational change.
Getz was an early collaborator on the original Carnegie Math Pathways when she worked for the Charles A. Dana Center. At the Dana Center, she led national and state initiatives to implement mathematics pathways and reform developmental education.
Getz taught math at the high school and college levels for 20 years, led a college department and ran multiple large professional learning programs. This, along with her math pathways work, gives her insights into program and product design and implementation across roles and sectors. Her history of teaching in southwest Colorado has also inspired a deep respect for and interest in Indigenous cultures and communities that she tries to integrate into her work.