Amy Kesling


Amy loves connecting people and processes for more equitable and sustainable outcomes. Amy’s background is in project management, facilitation, consulting, nonprofit leadership, and operations. As a facilitator, Amy connects with participants with humility and humor. She graduated from UW-Madison with a focus in Sociology and Geography with a Certificate in Environmental Studies. The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies recognized Amy with an Early Career Alumni award in 2016 for her work in elevating the conversation about equity, diversity, and inclusion in the sustainability movement. She is a SixSeconds certified Emotional Intelligence Practitioner and Assessor. Amy serves as a past board Vice President on the Racial Justice Committee at Community Shares of Wisconsin.