Amy Woodrum, research assistant at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), works with colleagues in the Research & Evaluation unit to connect lessons from across RWJF’s areas of investment and understand how RWJF can improve its grantmaking practices.
Since joining the Foundation in 2011, she has helped produce RWJF’s measure of its own performance—the biennial Assessment Report—and has aided in publishing the RWJF Anthology, a book series highlighting what RWJF has learned from various aspects of its grantmaking. A “jack of all trades”, Woodrum also publishes summaries of RWJF evaluation results on RWJF.org, helps produce webinars focusing on organizational effectiveness in philanthropy, and assists in executing research and evaluation projects relevant to many different aspects of RWJF’s work.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Woodrum graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of arts in Health & Societies. 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.
Reach out and connect to Amy at https://twitter.com/AmyW415.