Amy Staubs is a Grants Management Specialist for the SMART Office in the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs. Prior to joining the SMART Office, Ms. Staubs served the Office of Justice Programs as a policy advisor to the Assistant Attorney General and as a program manager in the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Her program and policy portfolio included technology-facilitated crimes against children, missing and exploited children, and place-based training and technical assistance for constituencies across the justice system. Her accomplishments include the establishment of the OJP Diagnostic Center and facilitating the FY2014/15 re-bid of the National Criminal Justice Reference Services contracts, which represent the Office of Justice Program’s largest training and technical assistance investment.
Prior to joining the Department, Ms. Staubs worked on a variety of federal, state, local, tribal and national nonprofit initiatives on issues including victim services, crime and substance abuse prevention, youth development, and adolescent health. She brings extensive experience in program development and implementation, contract administration, and the coordination and delivery of training and technical assistance.
Ms. Staubs received her B.A. from Elon College and her Master of Public Health from George Washington University.