Amy Campbell Bogie has more than eight years’ experience building networks and organizations within the nonprofit and community economic development sectors. She is the Executive Director of the National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3), a freelance nonprofit and small business management consultant, and a recent graduate of the Bard MBA in Sustainability. In addition to her graduate studies, Amy previously earned a Certificate in Nonprofit Management through Duke University’s Continuing Education program. She has extensive experience in the nonprofit sector, working in fundraising, administration, marketing, and program coordination.
From 2010-2014, Amy built a network of over 150 local businesses through Sustain-a-Bull. She collaborated with businesses, nonprofits, and local government agencies to encourage people to shop locally in Durham, NC. For these efforts, she was recognized as one of Durham Magazine’s Remarkable Women of Durham in 2014. Amy continues to find new ways to create resilient local economies and is currently working to promote community finance and local securities offerings in her work with the National Coalition for Community Capital.
She is passionate about supporting and financing sustainable food systems, having served as the Communications Director of Slow Money NC where she co-created the Funds for Farms micro-grant competition in collaboration with the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association. She also worked with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets as an MBA Consultant, conducting a strategic evaluation of the agency’s business development programs.
Amy pursued her undergraduate studies at Boston University, graduating in 2008 with a Bachelors of Music in clarinet performance and a minor in Spanish language and literature. She continues to stay involved in music and the arts through her volunteer work with local arts organizations. Amy recently moved back to her hometown of Durham, NC where she is working as a consultant for various local and national organizations. In her free time, she explores Durham’s local food scene, cooks, practices yoga, and hangs out with her husband and their dog.