Amy Rassen is a recognized leader in non-profit management with extensive experience developing and overseeing highly complex non-profit organizations. For the past 40 years, Amy has pursued her vision of social justice by improving the lives of countless men, women and children. Her work has been recognized by foundation officers, state and county leaders and professional societies, and the many organizations she has helped thrive.
Amy is known as a pioneer in the field of family support. As co-founder and chair of national and local organizations she is one of a handful of leaders who have shaped the family support movement in the U.S. She has also been instrumental in building national and state systems, and, through her consulting practice, has enabling over 30 nonprofits to implement strategies for organizational sustainability. At Attendance Works Amy is a Strategy and Operations Consultant, responsible for creating and overseeing business operations. She works closely with the Executive Director as an advisor and on planning the future of the organization.
Amy is a licensed clinical social worker with a bachelor’s degree in history from Brandeis University and a master’s degree in social work from Washington University. She sits on several boards and advisory committees. She has written a sizable number of reports, strategic and business plans as well as program, operations, employment and finance manuals. Publications and research papers can downloaded from her website (www.rassenassociates.org).