Amy Zimerman

Amy Zimerman moved to Seattle, in part, to join in the collective giving of Washington Women’s Foundation. Since becoming a member in 2006, Amy has served multiple stints on the Education, International Partner Grant, Impact Assessment and Finance, Investment and Audit Committees. Amy is a seasoned nonprofit executive, consultant and former auditor with a deep passion for education and financial literacy. She is a CPA and holds three Masters – in Business Administration, International Relations and Nonprofit Leadership. She was the Lead Instructor for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management at the University of Washington and a former Adjunct Professor in the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program at Seattle University. Amy is currently the Director of People & Culture at MOHAI, the locally treasured and nationally respected Museum of History and Industry. She is the Treasurer of the Cedarmere Foundation and was previously on the board of Women’s Funding Alliance. Amy is dedicated to serving Foundation members, staff and grantees who are creating a more equitable future for our community.


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Our 2022 Women & Girls Grantees

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