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Amy Bloom is a strategic and operational consultant for non-profit and social impact organizations. Her passion is to support marginalized communities find their voice and build and grow into their full potential. Amy is a graduate of Emory University where her major fields of study were Political Science and French. Most recently, she served as the Executive Director for the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) Greater Miami Section. At NCJW, she increased revenue, recruited the Board of Directors, and built a track of leadership programming to re-engage the member base. Additionally, she created and produced many meaningful and memorable events. In Chicago, she was a member of the Steering Committee for the Human Rights Campaign in which she chaired many of their large events, and she co-founded SHE100, a membership organization that educates, empowers, and fundraises for the LGBTQ community. In Miami, she has served as Chair of the Women’s Council for the Miami-Dade Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and as a member of the Executive Committee of Friends of the New World Symphony. She is currently a member of the planning teams for Philanthropy Miami’s IGNITE! Conference and SAVE’s Champions of Equality Gala. Amy is proud to have recently joined the Board of Directors of SAVE. In her free time, she enjoys “walking the bridge” into Key Biscayne with her fiancée Maria and their pooch Roni Macaroni.