In this role, Amy works as a key partner and support for SAHF leadership and staff in the areas of board governance, meeting planning, first level accounting, operations, and administration.
Prior to joining SAHF, Amy helped develop and lead an international relief organization. She then co-founded an organization in Thailand that provides grants in the areas of cultural arts, education, emergency relief and leadership development. More recently, Amy started a consulting business to assist non-profits in their administration and governance.
Amy holds her B.S. in International Business from Pepperdine University, and Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate from Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy.