Amy Johnson Korba serves as the Compact's intern for program management and development. In this role she will work on migration data related to the Midwest Student Exchange Program in addition to providing support for MHEC’s program development efforts. Amy is currently working on the completion of her master's in public policy from the University of Minnesota's Humphrey School of Public Affairs and obtained her bachelor of science degree from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls (WI). She previously interned for Minnesota Senator Susan Kent where she provided research and supporting documents on legislation, collaborated on education policy initiatives, and attended and summarized committee hearings. Amy also interned for the Association of Metropolitan School Districts where she provided research and various policy platforms, tracked bills, and edited and collaborated on policy papers. She continues to have various volunteer opportunities through her work for the Centennial School District (Circle Pines, MN), as well as through teaching at Woodward Academy Day School (January 2004-June 2005; Woodward, IA). She also has freelance grant writing and copy editor experience. Amy began working with the Compact in May 2018.