Amy W. Denkenberger is a strategic leader, experienced internationally in leading teams to help organizations, businesses, and governments leverage technology, streamlined processes, and strengthened skills to improve performance. Over the past 22 years, Amy has implemented international economic growth, democracy and governance, and human and institutional capacity development (HICD) projects in Europe, Asia, and Africa. She is a successful manager, expertly aligning mission, results, values, activities, and incentives; embracing diverse strengths; providing safe experimentation and professional growth opportunities; and incorporating regular reflection and learning across her teams. She is a strategic manager, balancing inquiry and advocacy, collaboration and decisiveness to transform staff into the high-performing teams needed to translate vision into reality. She is currently Chief Information Officer, empowering Chemonics to take on the world’s toughest challenges by delivering digital value at scale. Previously, Amy served as Chief of Party of the USAID Advancing Kosovo Together project, fostering positive inter-ethnic cooperation to address common problems of unemployment, social needs, and municipal services. Since joining Chemonics in 2004, she has served in several Washington D.C.-based roles and long-term field positions in the Europe and Eurasia region. Prior to working with Chemonics, Amy held positions at International Rescue Committee in Tbilisi, Georgia and University of Maryland, College Park.