Amy Hone has had a productive career as an Executive Director and Development Director in her more than 25 years working in the nonprofit industry.

Prior to her time in nonprofits, Amy served as an officer in the US Army, deploying to Operation Desert Storm with the VII Corps. As a 1LT during that deployment, her platoon was attached to the Corps AG, coordinating all the casualty information for VII Corps.

Led by the desire to be a servant leader, Amy has made significant contributions to charitable organizations throughout the country, but most recently in Texas.

Serving as the Executive Director at The San Antonio Public Library Foundation, Amy plays a major role in programs, fundraising and advocacy, both on behalf of the Library system and for the Foundation’s internal programs.

Prior to her current role at the Library Foundation, Amy worked as the Director of Hope for the Future, an organization that awards scholarships to families in underserved areas for their children to attend Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio. Before joining the Hope for the Future team, she was Chief Development Officer at Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas for 7 years.

A graduate of the University of Dayton and an Army veteran, Amy has called San Antonio home for the past 17 years. Her children Caitlin (32) and Nicholas

(23) live in Washington DC and Dallas, respectively.