Amy Schulz is a college educator and program administrator focused on how workforce development trends and future projections can be translated into relevant curriculum and meaning for today’s students and educators.

Entrepreneurial mindset is the core of future workforce development, and entrepreneurship education is woven throughout Amy’s work. Projects include advising students in social entrepreneurship projects through Enactus, teaching entrepreneurship, convening skills panels with entrepreneurs, workforce development professionals and educators to determine relevant skills for the future of work, empowering rural educators to develop career technical curriculum to respond to workforce trends, bringing online work to a remote workforce, and human development work in Uganda.

Amy’s diverse network of collaborators have allowed her to bring innovative ideas and practices to rural and often remote communities of students, ultimately creating an even playing field for the often disenfranchised or isolated.