Amy Wilkins
Senior Fellow for Social Justice


  • Achievement gap
  • Common Core
  • Federal policy

Amy Wilkins is the College Board’s leading advocate for social justice. In this role, she works to evaluate, support and expand the College Board’s social agenda. She also works to elevate and increase awareness of the College Board’s commitment to serving all students, especially students of color and students from low-income and minority communities. Most recently, Wilkins served as the vice president for government affairs and communications at the Education Trust. She played an integral part in that organization becoming the force it is today. Wilkins previously has worked with the Children’s Defense Fund, the Democratic National Committee, the Peace Corps and the White House Office of Media Affairs. Wilkins received her bachelor’s degree in urban studies/political science from Barnard College. She has one child.