Amy Katz is a Co-Founder, Chairman, and Founding Past President of Pink Aid. Amy chairs the Nominating Committee and Pink Aid’s Pink Purse program, which provides direct emergency assistance to individuals in financial crisis during treatment. Since a 2008 breast cancer diagnosis, Amy has devoted her efforts to helping women through their breast cancer journey. She established Norwalk Hospital’s Community Mammogram Program for underinsured women and launched the Breast Health Initiative at Emek Hospital enhancing outreach and support staff in their underserved region of Israel. Amy has served on the boards of the Norwalk Hospital Foundation and UJA/Federation as well as its allocations committee. She currently serves on The Dubin Breast Center at Mount Sinai Hospital. She and her husband are long time supporters of philanthropic organizations including State of Israel Bonds, DOROT, MorseLife Health System, The Meeting House and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Amy began her professional career in the commercial real estate industry in Manhattan, before starting her own corporate gift service and later creating the special events arm for Dale and Thomas Popcorn. Amy is a graduate of Syracuse University, residing in Westport, CT and lives by Pink Aid’s motto, “compassion until there’s a cure.”