Amber Hamilton is a seasoned leader, coach, and trainer with extensive experience in leadership strategies and nonprofit management. She began her career in professional sports management, first as an intern for the NFL, then moving on to eventually become the Assistant Director of Player Development for the NFL Players Association. Amber discovered her passion for community engagement and redirected her career to focus on working with community organizations and NGO’s. She began working at Fannie Mae in its Office of Community Giving, as a senior manager directing the employee volunteer program and overseeing grants to community partners. Amber went on to lead a national group of nonprofits at Rebuilding Together, where she served as a vice president overseeing 165 local affiliates. Amber has a B. A. in political science from Howard University, a master’s degree in executive leadership from Georgetown University, and a certification in executive coaching from Georgetown.