Amy Ritman is an experienced project manager, who has worked at Common Purpose since 2004, most recently leading on, setting up and running the About Time campaign, and project managing the design and delivery of the Public Leaders courses, commissioned by the Government Equalities Office.
Prior to this she worked in the Customised Team, project managing an array of courses, including the London Collaborative programme, commissioned by Capital Ambition, where she brought together and managed a group of over 300 public sector employees from across the 32 London Boroughs.
Amy holds a BSc (Hons) in Human Sciences from the University of Sussex and is a trustee of a small local charity, Family First Aiders, which focuses on providing first aid courses for parents and families.
She enjoys the Theatre, Cinema and walking in the woods but most of her time involves looking after her young son.
Amy enjoys seeing the transformative impact on the people who participate on Common Purpose courses. She finds it inspiring to watch participants grow and develop, build their confidence and make change happen in their organisations and communities.