Amy Rochlin

Amy Rochlin is Owner of Rochlin Leadership Consulting (RLC), a full-service advisory firm for social impact leaders. As a strategic advisor and senior officer in the non-profit, financial services and public sectors with over three decades of experience, she brings expertise in strategic and operational planning, disease research models, fundraising, board governance, impact investment, relationship management and PR/branding to non-profit leaders, their teams and their organizations.  In addition  to working with visionary nonprofit leaders, Amy also advises Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) experts to build out high-impact CSR and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) frameworks. Additionally, she advises philanthropic investors on how best to identify and support top-performing non-profit organizations that align with their personal impact goals.

Previously, Amy worked as Senior Advisor to the Founder and Chief Mission Officer of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF), a leading cancer research foundation recognized for its remarkable success in advancing data-driven research via a cutting-edge precision medicine model and developing new treatments for cancer patients. She also served as a Senior Advisor to the Harvard Business School faculty leaders of the Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator, a $20M business initiative funded by the Kraft Family Foundation to speed precision medicine across diseases.

Amy began her career in the Retirement Services Division of Bankers Trust Company, overseeing Fortune 500 client relationships in their 401K division.  Following her tenure at Bankers Trust, she served as a consultant in the field, helping to manage senior corporate relationships and address operational needs.  Amy has also served as an elected official in the education space, overseeing multi-million dollar budget initiatives.

In addition to serving on the Board of Directors of the Ehlers-Danlos Society, Amy serves as a Board member of LiveGirl, a 21st century girls leadership development organization.

Amy holds a International Relations from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

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