Evaluation Consultant— Field Research Associate
Crystal Agnew officially joined AMTC in 2021 after having partnered with AMTC in a variety of programs beginning in 2007. Before joining AMTC as an associate, Agnew managed local, state, and federal programs from a variety of funding sources including public and private grants and contracts.
For fifteen years, Agnew held a senior leadership role at the Trinity Church Peacemakers Family Center and led programs and services in Miami and New York City including adolescent pregnancy prevention and healthy marriage and relationship education grants funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, totaling more than $30 million. She helped to grow these programs from one federal project to as many as six projects in two cities. Agnew led and coached staff, developed and facilitated trainings, and presented both locally and nationally.
Through these work experiences, Agnew honed skills and expertise that she brings to AMTC clients. She develops and manages policies, procedures, systems, contracts, program budgets, as well as grant-required applications and reports on behalf of AMTC clients. Agnew trains clients and their partners, conducts site visits, and provides technical assistance to ensure compliance with funder requirements. In addition, she has delivered professional development training in the areas of time management, policy and procedures, classroom management, systems thinking, and curricula development.
Agnew received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, and her Master of Business Administration from the H. Wayne Huizenga College of Business and Entrepreneurship at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She has completed certifications in adolescent pregnancy prevention, healthy relationships and marriage education, mental health, financial literacy curricula, trauma-informed care, youth mental–health first aid, domestic violence, human trafficking, and promoting sustainability.