Community Food Systems Mentor Profile - Amy Kincaid
Community Food Systems Mentor Profile
The Community Food Systems Mentorship Program offers Network members the opportunity to work directly with a food systems expert to support their growth, learn best practices, and connect with seasoned food movement leaders.
Amy recently joined the team at BALLE in the role of Vice President for Programs, bringing over twenty years experience advising, raising capital, and measuring impact for nonprofits and social enterprises in her strategy consultancy ChangeMatters (http://www.changematters.com/). In a body of work emphasizing growth, change, and social equity, she has raised over $70 million for nonprofits, including a food hub operated by limited-resource farmers in the Mississippi Delta, and has presented hundreds of training and learning events. Amy is also an adjunct instructor and experiential learning specialist in social enterprise and consulting at the University of Maryland.
Areas of expertise:
* Strategic Planning
* Board Development
* Turnarounds and Growth
* Organizational Change
* Facilitating Collaboratives
Seeking to mentor:
I am interested in working with: Executive Directors, senior team, development staff, and/or board members; organizations or collaborations in transition, turnaround, or transformation phases; and nonprofit social enterprises that have a mix of earned and donated revenue.
Visit the Mentorship Program page (under Services) to learn more!