Amy Murphy

Senior Program Manager

Ms. Murphy has worked in the field of childhood lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes for 29 years. She served as the Healthy Housing Solutions project manager and co-author for HUD’s Healthy Homes Program Guidance Manual, coordinating research, expert panel reviews, interviews with key stakeholders, and case studies for the first guidance manual for organizations interested in creating or expanding a local healthy homes program. Since 2008, she has also worked as a part of the National Center for Healthy Housing’s team providing training and technical assistance to the New York State Department of Health CLPPPP and consultation related to strategic planning, program evaluation, database creation and and partnership development.

She provided over 15 years of leadership for the City of Milwaukee Health Department’s nationally recognized Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (CLPPP) as a program manager and division manager of home environmental health programs. In this role, she supervised environmental interventions, nursing care coordination and case management, community education and collaborations, policy development, data management, and field-based research.

As an Institute for Cultural Affairs (ICA) Certified ToP™ (Technology of Participation) Group Facilitator, Ms. Murphy designs and facilitates strategic planning, and assures that meetings, convenings, and conferences achieve their stated goals, objectives, and experiential outcomes.

She has a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.