“Leadership in the nonprofit sector takes many inspiring forms. I see a chief role of the consultant as strengthening the partnership between volunteer and staff leadership to advance an organization’s mission and vision.”
Amy Hines engages nonprofit organizations in growing their fundraising capacity and mission effectiveness. She provides strategic and tactical guidance in board governance, annual giving, campaign planning and execution and strategic planning, working in all sectors of the industry.
Amy brings 30+ years of nonprofit management and resource development experience. Leading up to her career in nonprofit consulting, she served as Director of Alumni Relations and then Assistant to the President of Hampshire College, Director of Individual Giving, Campaign Director, Vice President for Development and External Relations, CFO and then VP Administration at the Central Park Conservancy and Deputy Director and Chief Development Officer of Barretstown Camp, founded by Paul Newman for seriously ill children, in Ireland.
Fun Fact: Amy is passionate about dogs, gardening, flyfishing, and mentoring student staff reporters for a local nonprofit community newspaper.
- Augusta Symphony
- Calvary Fund of Calvary Hospital
- Connecticut Humane Society
- Corporation for Public Broadcasting
- The Maritime Aquarium
- Met Opera
- Save the Sound
- Simsbury Land Trust
- Southern Adventist University
- Westport Country Playhouse
Education & Credentials:
- M.A. Public Policy Analysis, Duke University
- B.A. American History, Hampshire College