President and Co-Founder, Abrams Foundation
Amy Abrams is co-founder and President of the Boston-based Abrams Foundation. The foundation’s mission is to nurture creative, deeply informed communities, while promoting equity and fairness.
Amy is a trustee of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where she served on the director search, strategic planning, and governance committees. She is a partner of the VIA Art Fund, where she recently served on the director search and the curatorial fellowship committees. Amy is also a trustee emerita of GBH and a member of the Advisory Board of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. Previous board service includes Jewish Family and Children’s Service and the Brown University Women’s Leadership Council.
Previously, she worked with financially troubled companies and was a vice president at Goldman Sachs and RD Smith and Company and a corporate lending officer at the Chase Manhattan Bank. Amy was a 2015 Fellow at the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative and a 2016 Senior Fellow. She received an A.B. degree in history from Brown University and an MBA and a Master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University, where she was an International Fellow.
Amy lives in Brookline, Massachusetts with her husband David and they are the parents of two grown children.
DCI Partner: David Abrams