Prior to joining Camber, Amari worked at various nonprofits in the education sector. Amari was a student associate with the Public Debate Program and managed research and compiled resources for FIRST Global (International FIRST Committee Association). Most recently, Amari was a development intern for Musizi University – a startup university becoming the first liberal arts college in Uganda. In addition, Amari gained experience in academic research culminating in a year-long thesis “Understanding Financial Inclusion: A Comparative Analysis of Financial Mechanisms in Uganda,” and she was a Fellow for the Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies for four years – working on projects in journalism as a Business and Economics Fellow for the Asia Expert Forum, creating a podcast about women’s often overlooked and integral role in international relations, and building the Center’s new website.
Amari graduated from Claremont McKenna College with a B.A. in International Relations and Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE). In her free time, Amari likes cooking up new recipes, listening to podcasts, and exploring nearby greenery near San Francisco.