Amy Rogge Mack is the Chief Operating Officer at The Institute for Functional Medicine. Previously, she was the executive director of Year Up Puget Sound, an organization that has helped more than 10,000 young adults reach their goals in education, personal, and professional development. Formerly, she was president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound, and prior to that she served as president and CEO of the Winston-Salem chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters Services Inc. in North Carolina. Mack has also worked in Washington, D.C., for the Corporation for National and Community Service, an independent federal agency that oversees AmeriCorps, Senior Corps, and Learn & Serve America. She served in various capacities, including chief of staff, director of public affairs, and senior advisor to the CEO.
Earlier experiences include serving as east coast office operations manager for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and as administrator of constituent services for Indianapolis Mayor Stephen Goldsmith.
Mack received a bachelor’s degree in biology and dual MPA/MSES degrees from Indiana University. She served as Chair of the Distinguished Alumni Council and was the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.