Amy Tonkonogy is an Executive Producer with over 29 years of developing and shaping media to support all levels of formal and informal education through digital storytelling and authentic documentation. Her work focuses on leveraging strategic partnerships, promoting audience engagement, and supporting innovative change.
She pioneered and refined Public Television’s unique approach to capturing effective teaching and learning in K-12 classrooms, resulting in numerous industry awards and practitioner commendations.
She has developed multi-million dollar, cross-platform initiatives that integrate video within online environments, producing resources that target teacher professional development, K12 curriculum, medical education, and lifelong learning. Amy has also used various media to translate research findings to practice, making the most critical information accessible to the widest possible audiences.
Amy holds a B.S. in Communications from Northeastern University and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from Lesley University; and resides in Newton with her husband, Doug and son Graham.