Proven catalyst with 20 years of progressive leadership to scale student learning and success policies and practices, particularly competency-based learning that serves minoritized communities. Known for providing inclusive leadership and inspiring creative problem solving that leads to the development of strategies and networks for scale. Currently, Dr. Garrison Duncan serves as the Executive Vice President of the Competency-Based Education Network, the nation's largest non-profit organization devoted to focusing education on what learners know and can do. These models allow institutions to advance a truly learner-centric model that creates new, more equitable opportunities for economic mobility. Over her career, Amber has led work in competency-based education, learning frameworks, assessment, credential recognition, digital learner records and open data standards, as well as quality assurance.