Kristin Fack is the Board Liaison and Development Manager for Women Moving Millions. She is responsible for supporting the Executive Director and Board of Directors as well as the organization’s fundraising activities. Prior to joining Women Moving Millions, Kristin worked at Coach, Inc. Under the Executive Director and Board of Directors of the Coach Foundation, she coordinated the company’s corporate social responsibility initiatives and the Foundation’s philanthropic activities. She supported the launch of the Foundation’s focus working with teen girls across the U.S., led Coach’s first formal volunteer program, and oversaw the employee matching gift program. Prior to Coach, Kristin held a role at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) in Washington, DC where she worked under the president of the organization, supported development efforts in Europe, and acted as Secretary to the Board of Directors. She holds an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA from Pepperdine University.
Amanda Griffin is the Associate Director of Programs for Women Moving Millions (WMM), a nonprofit focused on activating gifts of at least one million dollars or more to organizations working to advance women and girls. Amanda works to foster and deepen WMM community engagement by coordinating and implementing exciting programming opportunities for WMM members.
Prior to joining WMM, Amanda worked as a Paralegal at Cetrulo LLP in Boston, MA, where she supported the defense of high profile and complex civil litigation claims from 2005-2010. During her time in Boston, Amanda also served as a volunteer at Horizons for Homeless Children, a Massachusetts-based organization focused on the needs of homeless children and their families.
Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Political Science and French from the University of Vermont.
Born in Vancouver, Jessica Houssian fell in love with feminism as a little girl and has been stomping her feet for women’s equality ever since. With a B.A. in Women & Gender Studies (Bates College) and an M.Sc. in Fundraising & Grantmaking (New York University), Jessica loves living and working at the intersection of women and philanthropy – and is inspired by the power it has to transform the world. Prior to her work with Women Moving Millions, Jessica was a partner at Inspired Philanthropy Group – a boutique consulting firm supporting individuals and corporations to help create authentic, effective impact. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Landesa, UNICEF Canada, RefugePoint (Chair), and the Canadian Women’s Foundation, where she Chairs the Anti-Human Trafficking Grants Committee. Jessica serves on the Global Advisory of G(irls)20 and is a Director of The Houssian Foundation.
Kathy LeMay is the Interim Executive Director of Women Moving Millions.
For over 25 Years, Kathy LeMay has been an internationally-recognized public speaker, philanthropic advisor, global social change fundraiser and published author whose purpose-driven life centers on lifting up the voices, stories, leadership and influence of the world’s unseen social change warriors and freedom fighters.
Kathy has raised $175 million for the most effective social change initiatives of our times while also coaching social change innovators, entrepreneurs and philanthropists around the world to boldly and bravely create the world we know is possible. Her central thought leadership focuses on shifting success to significance, and living a life of radical compassion and generosity to push the boundaries of philanthropy’s great untapped potential.
Andine Sutarjadi is the Events & Engagement Manager at Women Moving Millions (WMM). She started her career at WMM as an intern in the spring of 2014 and is now responsible for managing all of WMM events, working to cultivate and strengthen engagement in the WMM community. She coordinates the logistics, technology, registration and communications for the WMM Annual Summit, Annual Member Retreat, Skills Building Workshops and more.
A native of Jakarta, Indonesia, Andine graduated from Boston University with a degree in Health Science and a minor in Public Health. During her time at Boston University, Andine was the Co-Founder and Treasurer of the Indonesian Student Association of Boston University and the Vice President of the Indonesian Student Association of Massachusetts where she worked to unite and strengthen the bond among Indonesian students in Massachusetts and fostered relationships with Indonesian diplomats in the USA.
A constant throughout Andine’s life is her passion for gender equality and women’s health. She aspires to one day return to her home country to promote and defend women’s access to reproductive health care in Indonesia.