Amy Hever is an accomplished social impact executive with more than 20 years of progressive experience delivering measurable results to nonprofit and forprofit companies, across a range of industries. Her career journey has given her the opportunity to lean into some of the world’s most pressing and complex challenges through a variety of vehicles the arts and humanities, youth development, health and human services, disaster recovery, scientific research, and professional sports philanthropy.
Originally hailing from NJ, Amy grew up in the Garden State and in Tokyo, Japan. After receiving her bachelor’s in History and East Asian Studies from Binghamton University in NY, she accepted her first role as the General Manager position with a German-toy company with a subsidiary office in Palm Beach County, Florida. Her affinity for the Sunshine State took hold, along with her interest in the social sector. Amy made Palm Beach County home for more than 12 years on and off, landing her first nonprofit role with the Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens. Her career has brought her to destinations up and down the I-95 corridor, including the American Red Cross of the Palm Beaches, Scripps Research Institute and the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum here in Florida, as well as the distinguished Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, before making yet another transition into sports philanthropy with the Philadelphia 76ers and the NJ Devils. She now leads the Major League Baseball Players Trust – the charitable arm of the Players Association. Her first “union job”, Amy is responsible for accelerating and amplifying the charitable interests and efforts of professional baseball players.