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Amy Zimerman is principal and founder of Leaping Dolphins,
LLC – guiding nonprofit organizations and funders in the areas of strategic
planning, financial management, and governance.
is a former investment banker whose finance career has spanned three continents
and two now-infamous firms: Lehman Brothers and Barclays. After transitioning
into the nonprofit sector, she took on a variety of managerial roles with
Sightline Institute, Thrive by Five Washington, and Camp Erin – Boise.
She serves on the board of directors of Women’s Funding
Alliance and is an active member of the Washington Women’s Foundation. In
addition, Amy teaches the ‘Management Skills’ and ‘Leadership & Strategy’
courses in the Nonprofit Management Certificate Program at the University of
Amy holds a Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) degree from Seattle University, MPhil from the
University of Cambridge, and an MBA from the Madrid Business School. She
is currently working on her CPA license.
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