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Amy Stypa

Amy Stypa

Athletics Director

  • M.A., Climate and Society, Columbia University – New York, United States
  • B.S., Meteorology, SUNY The College at Brockport – New York, United States

Amy was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. Always having a passion for travel and  community development, during her undergraduate and graduate studies, she worked on several research projects and internships both in the U.S. and abroad. After finishing graduate school she applied for the Peace Corps and arrived in Panama in 2011. After finishing graduate school she applied for the Peace Corps and arrived in Panama in 2011. She spent 3 years as an environmental conservation volunteer in the Azuero Peninsula, supporting  community development projects and environmental education in the local school. Additionally she spent 3 years as staff, supporting volunteers and community members in environmental projects all over the country.

As Amy begins her fourth year as Athletic Director at the MET, she will also work in secondary as a MYP Science Teacher. As a teacher, she encourages students to be curious and ask questions about the world around them.