Amy Goldman is CEO and Chair of GHR Foundation, a philanthropy of service to people and their limitless potential for good. Amy steers the foundation’s direction with optimism and a background in diplomacy, governance and investment. She is designing GHR to re-imagine what’s possible as it builds bridges across ideas, sectors and people; elevates powerful movements of faith and inter-faith actors for sustainable development; implements systems change strategies across public, private and faith sectors to keep children in families; promotes effective leadership and new governance models for Catholic schools; supports and unlocks significant funding from industry and government to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.
Amy serves on Georgetown University’s board of directors and Walsh School of Foreign Service board of advisors, and is a trustee and vice chair of the board for the University of St. Thomas. She is also a member of Opus Holding board of directors, Visitation School board of trustees, Jesuit Refugee Service International Development Group, Mayo Clinic Leadership Council, and Council on Foreign Relations.
Amy holds a master’s degree in political science from the University of California at Berkeley, a master's degree in law and diplomacy from Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and bachelor's degree in foreign service from Georgetown University.