Amy Batchelor works on policy related to Medicaid long term care, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and social determinants of health in the Executive Office of the President at the Office of Management and Budget. She previously worked on issues related to minimum wage, paid family and medical leave, overtime policy. Prior to her service in the federal government, Amy supported a consensus study on family caregiving for older adults at the National Academy of Sciences
She has been a lecturer at the Columbia School of Social Work since 2016, where she has taught Introduction to Statistics, Social Welfare Policy, and Policy Practice courses. She is also the author of Statistics in Social Work: An Introduction to Practical Applications.
Amy holds a BA from the George Washington University in International Affairs and an MSW from the Columbia School of Social Work.