Elected: Fall 2019 Amy Berger is currently teaching English to adult immigrants at the Washington English Center (WEC), where she has been teaching for the past fifteen years. She also served as a WEC board member for seven years. During that time, she was Vice Chair of the Board and Development Chair. As head of the Development Committee, she chaired four major fundraisers which raised over $100,000 per event. She is now an Emeritus Board Member.
In Amy’s other volunteer work, she served as a Board member of the Jewish Council for the Aging, tutored DC elementary school children through Reading Partners, mentored at-risk students at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School, and was the found and co-editor of a bi-weekly publication for parents at Georgetown Day High School.
Prior to “retiring” from the paid work force to pursue volunteer work and family matters, Amy was a lawyer/ lobbyist at two DC law firms, Legislative Counsel at the National Science Foundation, Legislative Counsel to Senator John D. Rockefeller IV, Deputy Director of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues, and a lobbyist for the American Association of University Women.