Amy Merritt Campbell
Amy’s passion is working with systems and organizations to increase their ability to collaborate for social change. Amy particularly loves facilitating coalitions and collaboratives focused on systems change, supporting the development of learning processes in organizations, and developmental evaluation. Amy obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a Masters of Education in Community Development and Action (CDA) from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development, where she was awarded the “CDA Outstanding Student of the Year” award. Amy was a participant of the Nashville Emerging Leaders Class of 2020, and she was a recipient of the 2020 Nashville Emerging Leaders Award for Community and Nonprofits. She lives in Nashville with her husband and daughter and enjoys going to hockey games, traveling, and cozying up with a good book whenever she gets the chance.
About Elevate Consulting:
Established in 2016, Elevate Consulting’s mission is to collaborate with community members, leaders, and organizations to develop and implement processes for learning and improving services, systems, and structures for equitable social change. Elevate has worked with organizations and projects of all sizes and maintains a proven track record of providing high-quality services to nonprofits, foundations, community organizations, and public entities. These include research and evaluation services (designing and implementing evaluations, evaluation system and process consulting, evaluation capacity building and training, among others), facilitation services (designing and facilitating workshops and meetings), and systems change consulting (designing, facilitating, and implementing strategies for complex systems change). Current and former clients include the United Way of Greater Nashville, the Center for Nonprofit Management (where Elevate’s consultants serve as experts and trainers), the Martha O’Bryan Center, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, the State of Tennessee, Mental Health America of the MidSouth, the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, Metro Action Commission, the Healing Trust, and many others.