If you are looking for a colleague who can inspire your creativity, excite your curiosity and help you identify the most innovative ideas in your field, I enthusiastically recommend Dr. Amy Scatliff. A gifted consultant in the field of adult learning, Amy can help you incubate your ideas for projects and develop strategies for bringing them to fruition. As a certified Realise2 strengths practitioner, she applies strengths-based approaches to help you get into flow, and tap into your community and Internet resources needed to achieve your goals. –Andrea Meier, Personal coach, specializing in wellness, career transition and enhancing life

Amy brings an originality and innovative approach to projects that I found tremendously helpful both personally and professionally. She’s bright and open to the world in a way that makes her work unique and incredibly insightful to others. I give her my highest endorsement and believe any work she contributes, especially within the realm of higher ed and/or non-profits, will be extremely valuable. –J. Murray Jensen, Vice President of Student Services at Klamath Community College in Oregon

Amy Scatliff is the most creative person I have ever known. She thinks out of the box to analyze complex issues and brings in realistic solutions. Her way of communicating the most difficult topics drives people to accept her statements as the most natural and reasonable in a discussion table. Amy is a multitasker, but reflective professional. She is responsible, dedicated and enthusiastic and likes to perform “on time and on task”.  I have no doubt that Amy can be a terrific addition to any endeavor related to innovation, creativity and competitiveness.–Y. Gayol, Faculty, Fielding Graduate University, University of Guadalajara

Amy Scatliff has the quickest mind I know — she was a joy to work with, a rare combination of practical application with out-of-the-box imaginative thinking.  I recommend her perspective, her awareness of different modes of intelligence, and her ability to tap into unconventional routes for learning and collaborative environments. Very cutting edge. And also, most importantly, she keeps the work process fun! —Elizabeth Haidle (author/illustrator/educator,

Amy has amazing insights in adult education and uses creative research methods to understand the learning process. She has the proven capacity to gather all relevant information, tailor a program to meet people’s needs, and implement that program successfully. Her research in this area is best described as innovative, empirically driven and thought-provoking. –Mara Yerkes, Senior Research Fellow, University of Queensland