Amy Gudgeon has deep experience in the nonprofit and government sectors. She is currently the Founder of Studio Watershed a consulting firm focused on sustainability, scale and strategy. She has worked with a variety of organizations, such as LISC, Citizen Schools, Chicago Cubs and the MacArthur Foundation. Commitment to local issues is also central to her work, as demonstrated through projects with a Chicago focus such as Share Our Spare, After School Matters, and e.a.t. Amy is a board member with OSRUI, a Human Relations Commissioner for the City of Highland Park and a past board member of Sweet Beginnings and Tuesday’s Child. She is an active volunteer with Chicago Public Schools, Test 400K, the National Council for Jewish Women and Moraine Township Food Pantry. She is an artist, outdoor enthusiast and a mom. Amy graduated from Indiana University with a BS in Public Affairs, holds an MPA from the University of Illinois and a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School.