Amy M. Goodman, Washtenaw Literacy Executive Director has over twenty-six years’ experience in nonprofit organizational, resource, and program development built in Seattle and SE Michigan. Her background in is social services, family therapy, and educational leadership, policy, and governance. In her twelve years with Washtenaw Literacy, she has launched major initiatives, including a computer learning lab located in high-need neighborhoods in Washtenaw County, expanded programming with social service agencies, Washtenaw Literacy’s unique LoSAC Score (Low-Skilled Adult Count) measuring the incidence of low literacy within the social safety net, and LIFT (Learning Is a Family Thing) programming to support low-literate parents of pre-K and school-aged children. Amy is an alumna of the University of Minnesota and the University of Washington.