Senior Manager, National Programs
Amber Petty serves as senior manager for EveryoneOn, overseeing the development and implementation of national programs such as the American Express Dollars & Sense pilot, the BestBuy Coding for Change program, and ConnectHome, a pilot initiative lead by the White House and the U.S. Department of Housing that will accelerate broadband adoption by children and families living in HUD-assisted housing across the nation. She also oversees the efforts of EveryoneOn’s Corporate Advisory Board and National Advisory Council on Educational Technology each bringing together like-minded experts in their respective fields to collaborate on strategic priorities for furthering EveryoneOn’s mission.
Amber previously served as the programs associate for EveryoneOn under the Project55 fellowship, focusing on the intersection of communications and programs, she built awareness for digital inclusion through a national conference tour and worked with enrollment partners to develop and share best practices.
Amber is a DC native who is passionate about providing opportunity for educational attainment and economic advancement. Before joining EveryoneOn, Amber graduated from Princeton University with a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology. Focusing on the relationship between policy and culture, she completed an eight month ethnographic study in Northern Brazil to inform her thesis on racial policies in higher education. Amber served two stints as a volunteer for community health and economic development programs in Salvador da Bahia, and currently serves as Chair of the Washington Area Committee for Princeton AlumniCorp.