Former Director of Strategic Accounts
Amy Shapiro was a Former Director of Strategic Accounts at Linkage, where she worked with leaders within Fortune 500 companies to accelerate their development, with a strong focus on supporting women leaders’ advancement in their careers.
In her spare time, she is a member of the first female majority Select Board in the town of Winchester, MA; a Town Meeting member; President of the Eagles Mere Athletic Association, a nonprofit youth recreational program in Pennsylvania; and serves as a class fundraiser and alumni interviewer at Middlebury College. She lives with her husband, Josh, who is the Men’s Soccer Coach at Tufts University, her three kids, and dog, Barkley.
Background & Experience:
Prior to joining Linkage, Amy worked for New Balance, where she developed and enhanced partnerships with nonprofits including Susan G. Komen, Pan Mass Challenge, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, USO and Cycle for Survival. As a passionate advocate for children, she then decided to join the team at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, where she cultivated corporate partnerships to provide access to STEM education, social and emotional resiliency, physical fitness and college and career readiness for the over 4 million Club kids across the country. Immediately after graduate school, she also worked for ESPN on the Emmy award–winning show, Pardon the Interruption.
Education & Training:
Amy earned a BA from Middlebury College and a Master of Science in Sport Management and Marketing from George Washington University.
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