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Amy Siegel

Amy Siegel

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Amy is a driven, strong, and compassionate woman who cares deeply about Jewish causes, especially JUF. Amy grew up in Dayton, Ohio and moved to Chicago almost nine years ago. She first got involved in JUF through YLD programming, including LEADS and Gesher, then joined the Young Women's City Council. She currently serves as the Young Women's City Council Advisor and is also a member of the Ben-Gurion Society Advisory Council.

Amy and her husband Noam (who met at a JUF event!) keep a kosher home and often host friends for shabbat and holiday meals. They belong to Anshe Emet Synagogue.

Amy's caring and inclusive leadership style has positively impacted JUF for many years. Amy believes in Tikkun Olam and wants to ensure that Chicago's Jewish community is strong and vibrant for the next generation-especially her daughter, Isla.  

Professionally, Amy is the Vice President of Business Development for Investment Solutions at Invesco and serves as a member of Invesco's Women's Network.

AGE:
33

PRIMARY GIG:
Vice President of Business Development for Investment Solutions at Invesco

ON THE SIDE:
Wife, mom of an adorable 18-month-old, and you'll find me often on the Peloton or organizing everything in sight!

RELATIONSHIP STATUS:
Married

HOW DO YOU GIVE BACK:
Actively participate with Maot Chitim to deliver food for Jewish holidays.

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