Amy S. Hamilton is an author, project manager, college professor, motivational speaker, and shoe aficionado. She became a certified Project Management Professional through the Project Management Institute in 2007 and has been a volunteer in her local chapters in Stuttgart, Germany and Colorado Springs, CO. She presented on the “The Secret to Life from a PMP” at TEDxStuttgart in September 2016. She taught Project Management Tools at Colorado Technical University and was a facilitator for the Masters Degree Program in Project Management for Boston University.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Geography, from Eastern Michigan University, a Master of Science (MS) in Urban Studies from Georgia State University, Master in Computer Science (MSc) from the University of Liverpool, Master Certificates in Project Management (PM) and Chief Information Officer (CIO) from the National Defense University, and completed the US Air University Air War College. She holds a Certified Information Manager (CISM) Certificate from the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA) and completed Cyber 301 for Business Professionals from Texas A&M Engineering Extension Services (TEEX) provided by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In addition, she received her Information Technology Infrastructure Library Foundation (ITILv3) Certificate in 2011.
She served in the Michigan Army National Guard as a communications specialist and was commissioned into the US Army Officer Signal Corp, serving on active duty in South Korea & Fort Bragg, NC, and later the US Army Reserves in Georgia and Louisiana. She has worked as a member of the US European Command and the US Northern Command & North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) on multiple communications and IT projects. Amy was a deployed contractor on IT and telecommunications projects in Kosovo, Kuwait, and Iraq.
Amy’s motto is: “A woman who is passionate about public speaking, project management, and shoes.”
[vc_text_separator title=”Latest Articles”]