Amy Rogers

Senior Vice President, Washington, DC

202-772-5037 \ arogers@voxglobal.com

Amy is a Senior Vice President at VOX Global. Her background in nonprofit organizations includes extensive work with corporate clients developing cause-related marketing campaigns and heightened philanthropic platforms.

Amy has more than 15 years of experience in strategic philanthropy and corporate sustainability. Her background in nonprofit organizations includes extensive work with corporate clients developing heightened philanthropic platforms that align with the company’s mission.

At VOX Global, Amy is a Senior Vice President and serves as a leader on the Sustainability and Education/ Nonprofit practice groups. Specializing in environmental sustainability, Amy’s work includes developing, measuring and communicating corporate sustainability programs for Fortune 50 clients — including Bank of America and AT&T — to internal employee audiences and external influencers. Her work also includes working with leading environmental NGOs including the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center, Conservation International and WRI. Amy specializes in project management, particularly the conception, development and execution of small and large-scale client events at local, national and international levels including at COP, Mobile World Congress and Climate Week NYC.

Before joining VOX Global, Amy was the Director of Resource Development for Save the Children, where she worked with Corporate, Foundation and major donors on communicating their philanthropic giving in the United States. Amy began her career at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the world’s largest business organization. Amy’s work at the Chamber included fundraising within the Corporate Relations team and the Center for Capital Markets Competiveness, securing multi-million dollar memberships from a broad range of corporations.

Amy graduated from Elon University with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. A native of Maryland, Amy enjoys sailing, crabs and Baltimore Ravens football. She is also an avid runner and biker and looks forward to her next race.