Areas of Expertise

Development, capital campaigns, marketing, communications, and nonprofit management

(301) 919-1609
amy@capacitypartners.com

Amy Ginsburg  |  Consultant

Experience

Amy Ginsburg possesses three decades of pragmatic experience in advocacy, nonprofit management, marketing, and fundraising. She previously served as the executive director of Neediest Kids, executive director of Manna Food Center, and executive director of the Low Vision Information Center. Amy has also been the director of development and director of marketing for a wide variety of nonprofit organizations. She served as the director of marketing for the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area. In addition to her work for Capacity Partners, Amy leads, advocates, and manages placemaking for Friends of White Flint.

Education & Certification

Syracuse University, BA in Psychology and Public Relations
University of Maryland, MA in Nonprofit Management

Clients

Gandhi Brigade Youth Media, Manna Food Center, Western Fairfax Community Ministries

Community Service

Ever since Amy organized a dance marathon in college, she immersed herself in community service. She even organized homemade carnivals in the backyard as a fifth-grader to raise funds for Children’s Hospital. Coaching her son’s kindergarten baseball team, leading her daughter’s brownie troop and the summer swim team, chairing her homeowners association, and fighting for women’s rights are some of her proudest volunteer accomplishments.

Get to know me

When she’s not helping nonprofits thrive, Amy strives to get her golf score consistently under 100, relaxes at her beach house, and works on her novel, The After Days.

Favorite Quote

Sometimes you just have to leap off the cliff and build your parachute on the way down.