As the Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, Development and Communications, Amy Casavina Hall provides leadership, vision, direction and coordination of United Way of Connecticut’s mission to build and maintain relationships to help CT residents thrive by partnering with funders, state agencies and other nonprofits to support projects and advocate for solutions.
She brings a wealth of expertise as a community impact leader, collaborator and facilitator and has a proven track record of building local partnerships to enact positive change. Prior to joining UWCT, she ran her own management consultancy firm for social service nonprofit organizations and public agencies, where she consulted with Liberty Community Services, United Way of Greater New Haven and others. Additionally, she served as U.S. Executive Director for Love146, a nonprofit dedicated to end child trafficking and exploitation and as the Chief Impact Officer for United Way of Greater New Haven.
Amy earned a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts in Social Thought and Political Economy and has received fellowships and awards from the Support Center for Nonprofit Management and the Annie E. Casey Foundation for Professional Development Training.