Amie fleming, senior associate

Amie has built a profession at the intersections of what may seem at first to be opposing realms: conservation and development, detailed excel spreadsheets and big picture strategy, and the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors. Inspired by the opportunity that arises at these intersections, she has developed a knack for finding the common ground between these fields to advocate for environmental causes.

During her undergraduate years at Colby College, Amie majored in Science, Technology, and Society, with a focus on environmental history and urban planning. She spent all of her free time exploring the wilds of northern New England, particularly in New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest. Amie worked in outdoor education across the Rockies following graduation, and then moved to the Bay Area to work for a Greenbelt Alliance, a nonprofit focused on regional land use planning and conservation. While she loved the mission and community there, Amie returned to graduate school for her MBA at Georgetown University to expand her financial and strategic acumen with the goal of tackling environmental advocacy from a new direction. During her MBA, she completed consulting projects for a wide range of organizations around the world, including the International Finance Corporation in DC, Mondelez International’s Sustainability division in Ghana, and the National Park Service in Grand Canyon National Park. 

When she is not in the office, you can find her biking around DC, dancing at a concert, or planning her next backpacking trip.