Amie Latterman

Chief Advancement Officer

Amie Latterman joined Children’s Council in 2016. She brings more than 20 years of nonprofit strategic leadership experience to the executive team, including external relations, public relations, public affairs, fundraising, marketing/outreach, event planning and communications. As the Chief Advancement Officer, Amie supports Children’s Council to build the long- and short-term strategic resource development plan; and to secure the organizational revenue of $221 million on an on-going basis, namely through government contracts and philanthropic support of all kinds. In addition, she supports the strategic positioning and branding of Children’s Council as a thought leader in the early care and education sector. And, she serves as an organizational advisor to the Board and Management on public policy priorities and strategy at the local and state level. 

She most recently served as the development director for SPUR, a Bay Area urban planning and policy organization, for a decade. In that role, Amie managed a team of more than 100 executive-level volunteers and 8 staff fundraisers to raise or generate income to support a $6.1M, highly diversified annual operating budget, raising more than $27M over her last five years in the role, plus $6.1M in endowment funds. She was responsible for the annual fund, membership, special events and earned income. Prior to joining SPUR, she worked as the outreach director for Child Family Health International, a social enterprise, nonprofit organization in San Francisco. In addition, Amie spent several years in the field of Japan-U.S. relations and cross-cultural training. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in political science from Boston College. 

Amie was a founding board member of the national Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN), and spent several years on the advisory board of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of YNPN. She served for nearly a decade on the Board for Parents for Public Schools San Francisco, holding officer positions as Treasurer and President. She and her partner are raising three children in San Francisco, with the support of a fantastic village that includes their neighborhood schools and afterschool providers. She has served as a member of her kids’ school PTA and School Site Council for a decade. In her free time she enjoys hiking with her family in the Bay Area hills, delving into the Star Wars and Marvel universes with her kids, traveling and exploring San Francisco neighborhoods for great places to eat.