The Managing Partner of KPMG’s Seattle Office currently serves on the Board’s Audit Committee.
Seattle Foundation is excited to announce that Amy Banovich, Managing Partner of KPMG’s Seattle office, recently joined our Board of Trustees. Banovich is responsible for leading KPMG’s market strategy, managing and inspiring more than 500 team members, delivering outstanding client care, and driving the core values of the firm.
Banovich previously served as an audit partner and led KPMG’s healthcare practice in Seattle. She has more than 25 years of professional experience focused on the healthcare, health insurance, and nonprofit industries. Banovich currently serves on Seattle Foundation’s audit committee.
“Amy’s commitment to the healthcare and the nonprofit sector is a critical asset for Seattle Foundation. Her in-depth knowledge of the current healthcare landscape and proven leadership experience will help guide Seattle Foundation as we work to ensure equitable opportunities for individuals across the region,” said Scott Shapiro, current Chair of the Audit Committee. “She is just the right person and has the right expertise to join us at this pivotal time for the Foundation.”
Banovich is passionate about initiatives that advance women in the workplace. Her leadership roles as lead partner for KPMG’s Network of Women and their National Women’s Advisory Board point to her long-standing commitment to gender equality.
“I am thrilled to partner with Seattle Foundation and the entire Board to continue the important focus on our community,” said Banovich. “So many of our underserved communities need tremendous resources as they recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Community philanthropy can play a vital role in filling this need. Together, we can help the greater Seattle area emerge as a more vibrant region for all.”
In her free time, Banovich enjoys volunteering in her local community and currently serves on the executive committee of the Seattle Sports Commission board, the Board of the Junior Achievement of Washington, as well as the audit committee of the Seattle Art Museum.