Amy Sabath serves as the Senior Development Officer of the Lakeland Foundation and Lakeland Community College located in Kirtland, Ohio. She has held that position since February of 2017. Prior to joining The Foundation, Amy worked for The Fine Arts Association. Along with being the Director of Development, she was responsible for raising $3.5 million for their expansion and renovation capital campaign. Amy also has a consulting business for over fifteen years focusing on political fundraising, strategy, campaign management and nonprofit fundraising. Some of her clients have included: Attorney General Mike DeWine, Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor, Congressman Jim Renacci, Congressman Steven LaTourette, Congressman Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney Delegate Committee, Justice Sharon Kennedy, State Senator Matt Dolan, and Assistant Majority Floor Leader Sarah LaTourette. Some nonprofits include: Hands Together, Northeast Ohio Council on Higher Education, and Shoulder to Shoulder.
Throughout her career, Amy has always found time to share her knowledge and experience by instructing and lecturing at regional campaign schools, political organizations and classes. Amy serves as the First Vice Chair of the Lake County Republican Central and Executive Committees, and is a member of the Francis P. Bolton Republican Club. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Salvation Army (Painesville Citadel), Western Reserve Junior Service League, and the Advisory Board of Birthright Lake, Inc. She has been on the St. Gabriel Parish Council since 2013 and serves as a Eucharistic Minister. Amy is also an instructor for the Cleveland Right to Life’s Choose Life Program for middle school. Amy was the Recipient of the Millie Teuscher “Woman of the Year” Award in 2014 for serving the citizens of Lake County and making an impact on the quality of Life in Lake County.
Amy is a 2017 graduate of Leadership Lake County and a 2010 graduate of the Joann Davidson Ohio Leadership Institute. She holds a BS in Communications and Media Production and a minor in journalism from Kent State University.
She lives in Concord Township with her daughter, Stella.