As Executive Director for SIX Group, Ltd. the operator of the Swiss financial infrastructure, the leadership skills Amy Gutschenritter honed as a Chimney Corners camper and staffer are put to contemporary use expanding SIX’s outreach throughout Europe and the U.S. Amy, a CCC alumna and fomer staffer has returned to the Board of Trustees having completed a ten-year tenure in 2010 where she was Board Chair. Amy is proud of her collaboration with former Board Chair Ted Grave, Vice Chair Jack Sharry and her fellow trustees on the drafting of the BCCYMCA Strategic Plan.
Amy's daughter Libby is a senior at Hamilton College and a CCC staff member and her son Matthew is a freshman at Bowdoin College and a Camp Becket staff member. “What my children have gained from coming to camp is what I gained over thirty-years ago. They are confident young leaders—they have set goals for themselves and try new things in a supportive environment. And now, they are giving back to their communities.”