Amy Goldman directs the work of Minneapolis-based GHR Foundation, where she oversees grant making focused on health, education and global development. She deploys her experience in diplomacy, political economy, social investment and organizational governance to fund scalable solutions locally and globally. 

Previously, Amy served as a lead consultant for Washington D.C.-based International Trade Services, where she focused on trade negotiations and investment strategies. She was also an instructor and researcher at the Sogang and Yonsei universities in Seoul, South Korea and the University of California at Berkeley prior to being awarded the MacArthur Fellowship for continued research on the political economy of Asia.


Good Governance: How to Use Board Committees Effectively

Posted on August 10, 2017 by Amy Rauenhorst Goldman, Caroline J. Sabin, Mary Phillips

The use of committees is one of the most important tools for thoughtful governance in family philanthropy. This webinar will take a deep dive into all the qualities of an effective committee structure. Governance experts and family foundation leaders will share successful committee models as well as conducive leadership and engagement strategies. Come prepared to learn from your peers and… Read More