Amy Dickie joined CEA’s philanthropic services practice in 2007. She works with CEA’s foundation and non-profit clients on strategic planning, particularly in the areas of sustainable food and agriculture, land use, and climate change adaptation and mitigation. She has also helped private sector clients develop strategies for improved sustainability along agricultural supply chains. Amy was a lead author of a 2014 report on global mitigation opportunities in the agricultural sector for the Climate and Land Use Alliance. She also serves as Deputy Director for the Global Cool Cities Alliance, a non-profit organization she helped develop and launch.
Prior to joining CEA, Amy spent several years working in the impact investing field, with positions at Investors’ Circle, the Bay Area Equity Fund, and the Sea Change Investment Fund.
Amy has a bachelor’s degree in History (Phi Beta Kappa) from Stanford University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, where she served as co-chair for the Global Social Venture Competition and was a co-founder of the Berkeley Energy and Resources Collaborative.
In her free time, Amy enjoys exploring the mountains and rivers of California, and getting around town on her bicycle.