Amy Bronson, Kelly Sprouse, and Alexis Kanda-Olmstead at the 2019 CASE D1 Conference

Amplify Program Managers represent a broad diversity of women’s lived experiences in terms of age, race, and sexual identity. They are united in their commitment to advancing women in the profession through the Amplify program.

Alexis Kanda-Olmstead, Dartmouth College

Alexis serves as the Director of Advancement Talent Management at Dartmouth College where she helps people maximize their potential to achieve organizational priorities. Her responsibilities include shaping the overarching strategy for talent management, coaching leaders and supervisors, and designing training and professional development programs for 250 staff. She is the founder of AKO Collective, a women’s leadership development initiative, and presents nationally on gender-related topics.

Amy Bronson, Boston University

A pioneer in the non-profit talent management world, Amy Bronson serves as the Associate Vice President for Advancement Resources and Strategic Talent Management at Boston University. Amy oversees the talent management program for a staff of 230 including seventeen schools and colleges at the University. With over 20 years of advancement experience, Amy has served in leadership roles, presented at national conferences, and supported many women in Advancement through career coaching and mentoring.

Kelly Sprouse, Harvard University

Kelly Sprouse serves as a Staff Assistant at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design where she supports the Major Gifts Team. Kelly holds a bachelor’s degree in Women’s and Gender Studies with foci in English Literature, Sociology, and American (Culture) Studies. During her undergraduate studies, Kelly worked in Human Resources and the Women’s Studies Department at the University of Michigan.

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