Amy is primarily responsible for assisting the development team and carrying out the implementation of fund development activities for Rocky Mountain Institute. She provides support, including but not limited to, interacting with donors, prospects, and community stakeholders; conducting prospect and donor research; and assisting with planning and production of cultivation.
When Amy joined RMI in 2014, she brought more than 5 years of nonprofit experience as an executive assistant and development team member with the Aspen Music Festival and School and the Colorado Symphony.
Bachelor of Music, College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati
Why I like working at RMI
I feel proud when engaging with donors who are excited about RMI’s work and mission, particularly those who have followed Amory for many years.