Amy DeMatteo, M. Ed.


Senior Fellow – Education

Supports clients from across the education spectrum to improve teacher and student outcomes, with a focus on literacy and English Language Learner practices in K-12 settings.
Expert Witness in Boston

About Amy:


An experienced educator and nonprofit professional, Amy provides practical, innovative, research-based practices to support schools and districts with instructional initiatives focused on improving student outcomes.


Amy’s leadership accomplishments are notable for providing equitable solutions for frequently underserved groups of students and families. Through an equity lens, Amy helps school leaders optimize their systems to ensure that staffing, instructional practices, and resource allocation align with their school missions.


In addition to consulting, Amy works as a literacy specialist and English department head, providing teacher coaching, curriculum development, and direct instruction to students across a public school district. Through consistent study, Amy also remains up-to-date on current research in the field that informs best practices for her work and client needs.




  • Curriculum and instruction analysis
  • Assessment management


English Language Learners

  • Inclusive systems and practices
  • Curriculum and instruction analysis
  • Professional development

Past Experiences:


Orange Southwest School District; Vermont  

Literacy Specialist (current)


Partners In Health; Boston

Director of Operations for Global Learning Collaborative


Dearborn STEM Academy; Boston

ELL Director of Instruction


Forest Ridge School; Seattle

ELL Specialist



Upper Valley Educators Institute- Dartmouth affiliate

Master’s in Literacy Education (in progress)


Seattle University

ELL Educator Certification


Boston College

Master’s in Education, Curriculum and Instruction


University of Dayton

Bachelor’s in Middle Childhood Education, Language Arts & Social