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WICT Names Amy Lambrecht Associate Vice President of Resource Development

She will work internally and externally to ensure the mission of WICT is advanced.


Chantilly, VA - Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) today announced the appointment of Amy Lynn Marshall Lambrecht as the Associate Vice President of Resource Development.

Lambrecht will be responsible for developing fundraising strategies, campaigns, and recognition programs for WICT. She will work internally and externally to ensure the mission of WICT is advanced.

Most recently, Lambrecht served as the chief development executive for the College of Humanities & Social Sciences at George Mason University where she oversaw all major gift fundraising strategies, events, outreach and publications. Prior to that, Lambrecht established and served as the initial Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations at the United States Holocaust Museum. Additionally, she has built strong and enduring programs and established relationships with business and community leaders, foundation presidents and policymakers at institutions serving the national, regional and local level.

"With over twenty years of leadership experience in the nonprofit sector, we are very excited to welcome Amy and utilize her talents here at WICT," said Maria E. Brennan, CAE, President & CEO of WICT.

Lambrecht earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University with a major in French Literature and minors in History of Art/Architecture and Pre-Med.

About WICT
For over thirty years, Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) has partnered with cable and telecommunications leaders to provide professional development programs, research, and services that help advance women in cable media. With over 8,100 members, WICT is the oldest and largest professional association serving women in the cable and telecommunications industry. Comcast, Rainbow/WE tv, Time Warner Cable and Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. are WICT's Strategic Partners. Please visit for more information.

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