Amy Asin works with congregations and the organizations that support them on organizational development and strategic planning. In this work, she brings together her experience in helping organizations transform with her deep reverence for synagogue life. Sample clients include: Union for Reform Judaism, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, San Francisco Bureau of Jewish Education, and many individual congregations. Amy has also served as a Senior Consultant with The Experiment in Congregational Education (ECE). For over a decade she has worked with ECE to design, develop, and implement projects that help congregations become Congregations of Learners and Self-Renewing Congregations by transforming their approach to congregational education.
She has been president of the board of her home congregation - Beth Am in Los Altos Hills, CA where she has also taught in children's and family education programs, and currently serves on the board of URJ Camp Newman.
Prior to her professional work in the Jewish community, Amy was a Principal with Booz & Co, formerly Booz, Allen & Hamilton, in New York and San Francisco. She has an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School and a BA in economics with high honors from Princeton University.
Amy lives in Palo Alto, CA with her husband. Her two almost adult children have been active participants in NFTY, NFTY Israel, and URJ Camp Newman.