- Washington, D.C.
Amy Strouse’s Bio
Amy Strouse, Avascent’s Director of Talent Development, is passionate about supporting the skill development, career progression, and professional and personal growth of Avascent consultants.
Ms. Strouse has been part of Avascent’s growth over the last 15 years, previously serving as a Principal in Avascent’s health and civilian services practice, where she advised senior executives on strategy, investments, and adjacent markets in the federal, state, and commercial healthcare markets.
An experienced facilitator, Ms. Strouse guides teams through planning, decision making, and idea generation and evaluation using collaborative human-centered design techniques. For more than 10 years, she has been leading strategic planning, capture support (black hat, red team, win theme, etc.), and adjacent market discussion sessions for clients.
Ms. Strouse serves as an elected member of the Middletown Township Board of Supervisors, a 46,000-resident community in the suburbs of Philadelphia. She leads the Government Efficiency Subcommittee of the Bucks County Transition Team.
She has also served as a board member of the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition (BCWAC) and through groups such as Toys for Tots, the United Way of Bucks County, Knock Out Hunger program, and as a presenter for the annual #girlSTEM conference for middle school girls in Bucks County. She and her husband reside in Langhorne, Penn., with their three children.
Ms. Strouse earned her MA in International Relations (concentration International Finance and European Studies) from the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
She graduated cum laude with a dual degree in Economics and International Business from the University of Oklahoma.
Ms. Strouse also completed a graduate certificate in Healthcare Information Technology at The George Washington University.