Amy Zimmerman of Cincinnati, Ohio, was appointed to a three-year term as trustee of the Kiwanis Children’s Fund.  

Amy has been a member of the Cincinnati Kiwanis Club since 2001. She served as governor of the Ohio District in 2015-16. She was previously named distinguished lieutenant governor of Ohio Division 6, served as the Ohio District chair of membership and was the multi-division coordinator for The Eliminate Project, a joint effort of Kiwanis International and UNICEF to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus.

“The most inspiring part of the Kiwanis Children’s Fund is the real and measurable impact it has directly on the children of the world and in my local community,” Amy shared. She is a George F. Hixson Fellow, Walter Zeller Fellow and received the Children’s Fund Centennial Award.  

Amy is a supporter of National Ambucs, an organization that works to create mobility and independence for people with disabilities. Through a partnership with Ohio Kiwanis, the two organizations have provided therapeutic tricycles to more than 125 children veterans and adults with disabilities.

Professionally, she is an account executive for DXC Technology and has been recognized as a “Forty under 40” by the Cincinnati Business Courier. 

In her personal time, Amy enjoys playing volleyball and golf, traveling, photography, spending time with her godchildren and serving her community.