Amy Woodrum, program associate, joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in 2011. She works with colleagues in the executive office helping to implement foundation and program strategy.
Since joining RWJF, she has helped connect lessons from across RWJF’s areas of focus and understand how RWJF can improve its grantmaking practices. In her previous role as research assistant in the Research-Evaluation-Learning unit, she also helped develop research programs and support evaluation projects.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Woodrum graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in Health and Societies. She spent time working at The Center for High Impact Philanthropy in the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice, and as a social performance intern for Kiva, a microfinance organization in San Francisco. In her spare time, she enjoys live music, exploring her current city of Philadelphia, waxing nostalgic about the west coast, and celebrating good food and friends.