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Amy Hart Clyne, CFP®

Chief Knowledge & Learning Officer

Amy Hart Clyne has dedicated her career to helping prosperous families fulfill the promise and potential of their legacies and achieve wealth momentum. As Chief Knowledge and Learning Officer, Amy brings more than 25 years of experience in the ultra-wealth space. Located in Pitcairn's New York office, her primary focus is to expand the firm’s position as the leader in family learning by building out its proprietary Wealth Momentum® family office model. As part of this effort, she will be responsible for the creation and development of the Pitcairn Center for Family Legacy—the company’s industry think tank intended to provide unique resources, thought leadership, and educational tools to families in transition. 

Most recently, Amy served as Executive Director and Chief Knowledge Officer at Family Office Exchange (FOX). There she led the organization’s knowledge, learning, and education strategies culminating in over 250 live programs annually and an extensive range of thought leadership materials. As Co-Chair of the FOX Executive Council, she delivered educational experiences and practical solutions to enhance the leadership potential of family office CEOs. This, in turn, strengthened each family’s capacity to remain united in the face of their unique challenges. As Chair of the FOX Thought Leaders Council, which included experts in all disciplines of private wealth, she developed proprietary content that proved both insightful and innovative in the industry.

Amy has an MBA in Marketing from Columbia Business School, Columbia University and a BA in International Relations from Colgate University. She holds the designation of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and is a candidate for Family Firm Institute’s Family Business Advisor certification.

Amy is an avid skier and trained PSIA Adaptive Ski Instructor. She relishes the challenge of a tough spinning class and seeks the quiet contemplation she nearly finds every time she attempts yoga. She’s a weekend gardener with no green thumb. Above all else, Amy values the power of learning. She constantly seeks out opportunities to better understand the world around her and inspire lifelong learning in others.