Amy Neumann is a social impact entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author, trainer, technology strategist, consultant, and artist. She strives to inspire World Changers to leverage technology and engagement to do more of their mission work faster and easier, while also being more inclusive.
As a social good and technology fanatic who has been creating positive change for over two decades, Amy enjoys discovering new social impact applications for technology. With a focus on blockchain and AI, she also founded a startup nonprofit called Resourceful Nonprofit (and its subsidiary, Technology Inclusion) to help nonprofits accomplish more of their goals more efficiently and effectively, while being inclusive and proactive about diversity and equity.
She is also CEO and principal of the social enterprise consultancy, Good Plus Tech, with a focus on leveraging emerging technologies and smart communication strategies to solve global social impact challenges. Amy speaks often, at places like Dell’s Social Innovation Conference, ASU’s Sustainability Conference, NTEN events, Blockland Solutions, nonprofit events, and universities. She is widely published, including as a contributor to Forbes, an author of PR News’ Crisis Management Guidebook, a contributor for Thrive Global, and a columnist for the Huffington Post
Because she can’t get enough of innovative world-changers, Amy also publishes on her passion project site, CharityIdeas.org. Amy’s 2018 Simon & Schuster book, “Simple Acts to Change the World: 500 Ways to Make a Difference,” is a tribute to the many great ideas she’s discovered on the topics of social good, social justice, equity, technology for good, and volunteering through her work and philanthropy.