Amy Kingman (She/Her) was raised on a farm in rural Maine and is now a consultant living on the North Shore of Massachusetts. As the founder and owner of Amy Kingman Consulting, LLC, Amy works with clients in the social sector addressing issues of health, housing, gender, race, and educational inequity. She advises philanthropists on their giving strategy and provides coaching to nonprofit leaders in Greater Boston and beyond. Before launching her own firm, Amy spent a number of years overseeing the philanthropy of Doris Buffett, where she was also the project manager and publisher of the book Letters to Doris: One Woman’s Quest to Help Those with Nowhere Else to Turn. Amy received her Masters in Social Work with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated summa cum laude. She has been featured on numerous blogs and podcasts, and in 2018 she was named one of the Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 for her work. She is active in her community and sits on a number of nonprofit boards. When she’s not working with her clients or volunteering, you can find Amy enjoying the outdoors with her husband Andy, three-year-old daughter Gracie, and spunky dog Scout. You can connect with her at amykingmanconsulting.com or on Instagram at @amylynnkingman.