Amy Dominguez-Arms consults with philanthropies and nonprofits on program strategy, design and implementation, grantmaking, and assessment. Currently Amy serves as a senior advisor with the national Fair Representation in Redistricting Initiative and national Census Equity Initiative. Amy also is the lead consultant for the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Vote Your Voice initiative, a ten-year $100 million initiative funding voter mobilization, voting rights advocacy and voting rights restoration in the Deep South.
Amy has consulted with the Barr Foundation, Democracy Fund, Ford Foundation, Haas Jr. Fund, Hewlett Foundation, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Packard Foundation, and Philanthropy California, among others.
Previously, Amy served as Vice President for Programs for The James Irvine Foundation, where she oversaw a $75 million grantmaking portfolio focused democracy, youth and arts issues; earlier she served as the foundation’s California Democracy Program Director. Previously, Amy was Vice President of Children Now, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization.
Amy serves on the boards of the National Immigration Forum, NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School) and Outdoor Foundation. Amy earned her MPA at Harvard’s Kennedy School and her BA in International Relations and Spanish at Stanford University.