What inspires me: When people have big dreams, believe they are possible, and commit to making them happen.
I feel most courageous when: I have partners working on the challenge with me. I believe more brains are better than one.
I think the world would be better if: Every person had the opportunity to fully live out their dreams.
- Strategy development
- Earned income and business planning
- Training and facilitation for organizations and collaboratives
- Program design and delivery
As Senior Director, Amy leads client relationships and engagements and oversees the work of project teams. Amy has a unique blend of business, nonprofit, and foundation experience, with a proven record of leading cross-functional teams and driving creative solutions that have delivered stronger solutions while increasing revenue and organizational growth.
Amy has deep experience advising both nonprofit and foundation clients. She primarily focuses on designing and implementing new strategies and programs for organizations as well as large networks and collaboratives. She has helped establish collective impact and collaborative learning initiatives at the city, state, and national level. She has helped nonprofits and foundations re-evaluate their strategies and business models to increase their impact and sustainability. Amy also serves as an executive coach and thought partner to leaders as they navigate the cultural and resource changes required for implementation.
Prior to joining Community Wealth Partners, Amy served as a program officer at the Tiger Foundation in New York, as the vice president of business management at Harlem Village Academies, and as the national director of operations for Building Educated Leaders for Life (now BELLXCEL). She also participated in a three-year management training program with John Hancock Financial Services.
Amy has a B.A. in psychology from the College of the Holy Cross and an M.B.A. from Boston University.