As PCA’s Director of Development, Amy secures funding for PCA’s operating costs. Non-profit organizations like PCA subsist on private donations and, without them, the organization would be unable to offer such a broad array of services. Amy helps PCA meet its fundraising goals through individual donors, corporate partnerships, foundation grants, and other giving sources.
Amy has worked in non-profit development for more than 20 years throughout the City of Philadelphia and Camden, New Jersey prior to joining PCA in 2018. Her passion for PCA stems from her belief in the importance of giving children who have been the victims of sexual abuse a place to unburden themselves and to begin the healing process. Additionally, she believes child sexual abuse is not contained by socio-economic boundaries – it affects all children and it’s important that PCA is here for every one of them.
Amy has a B.A. from the University of Delaware. When she’s not at work, she enjoys gardening, hiking, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends.