Amy Herskowitz Katz is a leadership coach and organizational consultant who has devoted her extensive professional career to building community and enhancing Jewish life and learning. As a non-profit executive Amy held senior leadership positions at PEJE, the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education, Boston’s Jewish Federation- Combined Jewish Philanthropies, The Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston, and The Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik Institute. As a volunteer leader she continues to commit time and energy to her local day school and area synagogues. Amy is a certified co-active coach through the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), the oldest and largest coach training school in the world. Utilizing well-honed and newly acquired skills, she focuses on coaching professional women who want to lead with power, strengthen their presence, and successfully move themselves and their careers forward with clarity, confidence and courage. At the OU, Amy has consulted and provided guidance for leadership development programming and has presented sessions at OU Women’s Initiative Lay Leadership Summits. Amy holds a master’s degree from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work and a BA from Stern College for Women of Yeshiva University.