As Director of Social Consciousness and a member of the Leadership Forum for women’s clothing designer EILEEN FISHER, Amy Hall supports the company’s efforts to practice “business as a movement.” In her role, Amy guides the company’s human rights work in its supply chain, supports women and girls through strategic partnerships, and ensures a growing commitment to environmental sustainability in product and practice. Amy also co-leads the company’s People and Culture area, together with leaders of the Human Resources, Leadership Learning & Development and Internal Communications teams. Amy came to EILEEN FISHER 19 years ago following a fundraising career with various Asian-American cultural, educational and social service organizations in New York City. Her educational background includes a B.A. from Georgetown University, an M.A. from Teachers College, Columbia University, and a sustainable MBA from Green Mountain College. She currently serves on the advisory board of Social Accountability International and the boards of the American Sustainable Business Council and the Greyston Foundation. In 2011, Amy rode from New York City to Washington, DC, on her newly-built bamboo bike as part of the Brita Climate Ride. She and her husband are newly-minted honeybee keepers and harvested their first 42 pounds of honey last summer.