Jamie’s mission can be summed up in two words: Impact and Partnership. Her work has centered around building and scaling social impact and revenue-generating programs in the nonprofit and social tech industries. From advocating on Capitol Hill for suicide prevention and mental health parity funding to working with 1300 United Ways to create a common set of impact performance standards, Jamie focused on data, partnerships, and community impact throughout her nonprofit career. During her time at companies like Change.org, Blackbaud, and Bonterra (EveryAction), Jamie built revenue-generating partnerships and collaborated with local and national organizations to bring innovative technology to nonprofits such as Share Our Strength, Greenpeace International, AARP, and many more.
Jamie enjoys knitting, dying yarn, crafting with her kids, bike riding, and having random adventures in her spare time. She loves animals and is currently looking to add two new rescues to her domestic pet farm. She volunteers for the Co-Op grocery store in her Virginia town and is a staunch advocate for women’s rights and mental health care reform. Jamie has her Graduate Degree in Macro Social Work from George Mason University and enjoys learning about social good tech, sociology, psychology, and personal growth approaches and theories.