Amy Lynn Marshall Lambrecht is the Associate Vice President of Resource Development at WICT. She is responsible for developing fundraising strategies, campaigns, and recognition programs, working internally and externally to ensure the mission of WICT is advanced.
A professional fundraiser for over twenty years, Lambrecht has served a senior development executive at George Mason University, the United States Holocaust Museum, the Washington Monthly, the American Prospect, and other public policy think tanks. Her work with the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, the Economic Policy Institute, and other organizations inform her work at WICT. Lambrecht’s strengths are in building strong and enduring programs and establishing lasting relationships with business and community leaders, foundation presidents and policymakers.
In addition to her professional commitments, Lambrecht has served on numerous local and national boards, including the National Research Center for Women and Families, the Johns Hopkins University Second Decade Society, and many local arts organizations.
Amy Lambrecht earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University with a major in French Literature and minors in History of Art/Architecture and Pre-Med. She lives in Virginia with her husband and five children.