Amy Keller, principal of advancement:projects, has developed innovative and sustainable strategies that allow a myriad of organizations exceed their external relations and philanthropic goals – advancing them forward. Keller takes a strategic approach to making social change - one that involves mapping new trends and devising creative solutions to complex problems.
Keller leads efforts on issues including global poverty and disease alleviation, the environment, wildlife conservation, the use of technology and its social impact, gender equality, and education. Keller executes strategies to ensure overall fundraising success; achieving hundreds of millions raised in her career. She is a highly skilled strategist in the social impact space and in international public policy at the intersection of government, NGO, business and the global citizen. Keller develops and executes campaign roadmaps for strategic partnerships and has a strong track record of influencing further sources of revenue.
Clients have included: United Nations Foundation, Manduka, Creative Visions, Life is Beautiful IMPACT, Not Impossible, Environmental Media Association, ONE + (RED), PlantMed, Crop Trust, XPRIZE, Side Porch, Smart Science, The Artemis Agency, Al Gore's Live Earth, Mikhail Gorbachev’s Green Cross International/Global Green USA among others.
In the social impact space, Keller has developed a commitment to furthering a collaboration-driven ethos conducive to wider goals through a system of social capital between the public, private and government sectors. She graduated with a degree in political science from UVM, attended the American University School of Professional & Extended Studies while working on Capitol Hill and the UCLA Luskin School of Public Policy.