Amy Ingham

Biography

Amy is an impact measurement and management expert with over a decade’s experience in the UK and internationally.

Prior to joining TGE, Amy worked for Homes England, the UK government’s arms-length body sponsored by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. There, she led performance improvement initiatives across its development, investments, affordable housing and Help to Buy portfolios including the agency’s refresh of its Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to support its new strategy. She also developed performance reports and deep dive assessments for senior agency and government stakeholders.

Previously, she worked for the Commonwealth Secretariat, managing organisation-level performance reporting to the Board of Commonwealth High Commissioners and providing technical assistance to member government representatives to support the establishment of monitoring systems for newly developed policies and programmes.

Amy also worked as a Performance Advisor for the international NGO Christian Aid, where she established and managed community-led monitoring, evaluation and learning frameworks for large and complex / multi-country climate resilience, governance and health programmes.

Amy is passionate about supporting clients to collect, understand and use quality evidence to maximise their positive social and environmental impact and the achievement of priority outcomes for communities through their decisions.

Amy has a degree in Modern Languages (Spanish and Portuguese) from Oxford University, and a Masters in International Studies and Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS, University of London).