Senior Advisor, Bernuth & Williamson
Amy is an executive consultant with more than 20 years of experience helping corporate senior leadership teams shape their sustainability and business strategies to minimize risk and grow opportunities. She also has extensive background in the nonprofit sector and with multi-sector projects and initiatives. Amy was formerly Vice President Corporate Programs at The Nature Conservancy, where she managed philanthropic and marketing activities. She was a Partner at Viridis Strategy Group (corporate sustainability consulting) and, upon the acquisition of Viridis, became a Managing Director in PwC’s Sustainable Business Solutions practice. Now focused on place-based climate action, Amy serves as Director of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission: a group of 34 business, philanthropic, and civic leaders who support the City’s Climate Action Plan. She also consults independently on strategy and sustainability-related projects. Amy received her MBA from Harvard and her B.A. from Wesleyan University. She is a Director of the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst, MA.