Amy joins Rosie’s Place from Perkins School for the Blind, where she served as a Development Officer. In this role, Amy developed ongoing, active relationships with foundations and corporations, raising significant funds for Perkins’ US-based educational programs. Prior to her role at Perkins School for the Blind, Amy worked on grants for a social services agency in Providence, Rhode Island.
In her new role as Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations, Amy will report directly to the Director of Development and collaborate with members of the Rosie’s Place team to raise critical funds in the effort to provide solutions for 12,000 women a year through wide-ranging support, education, and outreach services. Amy will lead the implementation of best practices regarding Foundation and Corporate Relations operations within the larger Development framework and team. Amy is excited to bring her passion for social justice and experience raising funds in the human services sector to Rosie’s Place.
About Rosie’s Place
Rosie’s Place, a sanctuary for poor and homeless women, offers emergency and long-term assistance to women who have nowhere else to turn. Every year, Rosie’s Place meets thousands of poor and homeless women with thousands of unique needs and challenges. Leadership, staff and Board at Rosie’s Place have formed a supportive community and understand that there’s no single cause of poverty and homelessness and consequently, there’s no single cure-all. For this reason, they offer a spectrum of services to guests. The organization’s constellation of programs and services include emergency services, educational programs, advocacy and empowerment services, and ongoing outreach and stability support.