Amy Segal Shorey is a senior grantmaker and a consultant to donors and foundations facing transitions in their giving. Amy takes particular pride in the work her clients do in fields as diverse as health, environment, education and social justice. She is known for building trust and supportive relationships in guiding boards of trustees in strategic development and governance.
Amy has been a workshop leader for family trustees and helped develop the Stories for Engaged Learning® case study series. Several of her recent articles for the field offer a glimpse into Amy’s approach to philanthropic advising and grantmaking:
- Funders Support Strong Communities Through Meaningful Relationships
- A Family’s Legacy of Giving is Bound by Two Pandemics
- How to Evaluate a Nonprofit Social Enterprise
- Follow Nonprofit Site Visits with Thanks and More
Amy has served on several nonprofit boards, both nationally and in Boston. Her experience as a member of Yale’s first coed freshman class and as the mother of two daughters inspires her continuing interest in girls’ empowerment.