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Martha H. Schumacher, CFRE, ACFRE, MInstF (AdvDip), President, Hazen Inc. and HILT
Martha H. Schumacher, CFRE, ACFRE, MInstF (AdvDip) is President of Hazen Inc. and the newly launched Hazen Institute for Leadership Training (HILT). She is an international fundraising thought leader, consultant, author, speaker and coach. Dedicated to unparalleled client service, Martha provides executive campaign guidance; strategic planning and organizational development counsel; and comprehensive major gifts strategy, training and coaching. Named Outstanding Professional Fundraiser of the Year by the Association of Fundraising Professionals D.C. Chapter, Martha has been working with and within nonprofit organizations for 25 years. Before launching Hazen in 2003, she led Defenders of Wildlife's fundraising team for nine years. Martha lives with her husband Casey and two rescue dogs in Alexandria, VA. When she's not traveling for business or pleasure, she enjoys hiking the Billy Goat Trail on the Potomac, taking in Washington's vibrant culture, and breaking bread at wonderful "foodie" restaurants across the region. @marthamaven www.hazeninc.com
 
Amy Butler Smith, M.Ed., Director, Strategic Operations, HILT
 
Amy Butler Smith, M.Ed. is a strategy consultant with Hazen Inc. A founder of the newly created Hazen Institute for Leadership Training (HILT), she has been part of the team since 2010. Amy holds a Master's Degree in Higher Education Administration, which has given her with insights into how to lead complex organizations. She has worked for Children's Miracle Network and Pulmonary Hypertension Association; and for Case Western Reserve University and Kent State University, the latter where she taught several classes. Recently, Amy has ventured into the for-profit social impact world, developing a sewing business that provides fair wage, skills-based work to refugees in Riverdale, MD