Amy Hasselkus

Amy Hasselkus

Hockey mom looking to support others

Joined February 2021 · Fairfax, VA

Current job: Director, Continuing Education Standards & Compliance, at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

Causes important to me: Mental health, addiction, supporting those with special needs, helping kids play sports/stay active

Food I liked as a kid that I won't eat now: Uncooked hot dogs (do not ask...)

Nonprofits Supported

Team Rubicon

Team Rubicon
El Segundo, CA

Team Rubicon’s mission is providing disaster relief to those affected by natural disasters, be they domestic or international. By pairing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders, medical professionals, and technology solutions, Team Rubicon aims to provide the greatest service and impact possible.

World Central Kitchen

World Central Kitchen
Washington, DC

Founded in 2010 by Chef José Andrés, World Central Kitchen (WCK) uses the power of food to heal communities and strengthen economies in times of crisis and beyond. WCK has created a new model for disaster response through its work helping devastated communities recover and establish resilient food systems. WCK has served more than 45 million fresh meals to people impacted by natural disasters and other crises around the world in countries including The Bahamas, Indonesia, Lebanon, Mozambique, Venezuela, and the United States. WCK’s Resilience Programs in the Caribbean and Central America have trained hundreds of chefs and school cooks, advanced clean cooking practices, and awarded grants to farms, fisheries and small food businesses while also providing training and networking opportunities.

Hope Springs Farm

Hope Springs Farm
Hershey, PA

The mission of Hope Springs Farm is to provide adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities a meaningful day through joyful group activities within the community and on a family farm setting that lead to satisfying friendships.

Thistle Farms Inc.

Thistle Farms Inc.
Nashville, TN

The work of love is to keep lighting the way for millions of women still searching for a way out. For over 20 years, Thistle Farms has lit a pathway of healing and hope for women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.