Chief Development Officer
Amy Bosworth currently serves as Chief Development Officer for Junior Achievement of Utah. She joined Junior Achievement after spending several years in development roles at United Way of Salt Lake, most recently serving as Vice President, Corporate Engagement. Prior to her development positions, she served as the 211 Director for United Way 2-1-1, the statewide information and referral system for health and human services. Amy has worked within and managed various human service and volunteer programs, including roles as the 211 Volunteer Center and Outreach Coordinator and the Senior Food Box Project Manager with the Utah Food Bank. She has participated on several councils including the United Way Worldwide Digital Services Operating Group, the 2-1-1 National Steering Committee, the Utah ADRC Steering Committee, secretary of the Utah Volunteer Center Association, and Utah Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD).
Amy graduated cum laude with a B.S. in Speech Communication from the University of Utah. She feels fortunate to be able to align her education with her passion to connect people and resources to meaningful, life-changing opportunities to give back in the community. She strives to help ensure that children in Utah have the education, tools, and pathway to success in life.
Amy has two beautiful boys that inspire her to believe in a positive future for our community, country, and planet every day.