Vermont Association for Justice’s Board of Governors announced that they have selected Amy Caldwell to serve as the Associations’ Executive Director. “After a very thorough search, the Board is excited to welcome Amy Caldwell to lead VTAJ into the future,” said Carey Rose, President of the Board. “Amy brings extensive nonprofit management experience to our association. I especially value that she has focused her career on community development. Amy began her tenure at Vermont Association for Justice in May as the organization was preparing to present its annual meeting and conference which hosted over a hundred trial lawyers from across the state.
Amy comes to VTAJ from Vermont Works for Women in Winooski, where she most recently served at the Director of Community Relations. Previously she worked with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra as Director of Marketing and Communications. Amy brings extensive nonprofit management and membership development experience to the association. She has more than 25 years of experience in marketing and community development, including work as a consultant, small business owner, and an active nonprofit board member. A passionate advocate for the arts and creative economy, Amy has worked as a performer, developer, and music educator.
Amy told the interview team that becoming the Executive Director of Vermont Association for Justice would an honor. “I am looking forward to bringing my enthusiasm, fresh perspective, and experience to the dedicated team of volunteers. Together, we will continue the dedication and commitment to protecting and advancing individual rights through the judicial process. I am impressed with the successful VTAJ history focused on strengthening the civil justice system and advocating for injured individuals in Vermont.”
The Vermont Association for Justice has a impressive history of protecting and advancing Vermonters’ legal rights and access to the justice system. VTAJ works to advance advocacy skills, high ethical standards and to preserve and improve the American system of jurisprudence. For over forty years the Vermont Association for Justice’s trial lawyer members have continued to strengthen the Vermont justice system while serving injured Vermonters. To learn more visit, www.vermontjustice or call 802-495-5816.