Our Team

Red Barn is located in the great state of Vermont where you’ll find beautiful landscapes, hard- working people, small family farms and historic towns and villages, rich in heritage and tradition.  Red Barn itself is a product of Vermont.

Amy

Founder & President

For over 20 years, Amy has been helping schools, teams, clubs and organizations raise money with product- based fundraisers. Her vast experience and expertise translate into successful results for her clients. She understands the challenges that today’s busy coordinators face and recognizes the importance of fundraisers being both lucrative and hassle-free. Amy is your personal fundraising consultant — from helping your organization select programs which best suit your needs to recommending ways to increase fundraiser participation, she is dedicated to providing results with ease.

 

Fundraising is Amy’s true passion, but when she’s not working, she enjoys riding her bike through rural Addison County, spending time on Lake Champlain with her family and renovating their 1800’s Victorian home. 

Suzanne

Marketing Manager

Suzanne is responsible for keeping Red Barn’s current and prospective customers well informed and excited about fundraising and beyond. 

 

Suzanne came to Red Barn after working in marketing and public relations for the Adirondack Phantoms of the American Hockey League. In addition to being an expert in sports and social media, Suzanne is a creative foodie who enjoys making recipes using nutritious local ingredients. Skiing, hiking and hockey are just a few of her interests.

Quincy

Muse & Loyal Companion

Vermonters sure do love their dogs and we are no exception. In addition to keeping us entertained in the office and warning us when "dangerous intruders" approach, Quincy occasionally gives us inspiration for new product choices. Andy's Dandy's Frosted Dog Biscuits (found in the Taste of Vermont catalog) are his latest contribution.

 

When out of the office, Qunicy enjoys long walks on dirt roads and riding on the back of Amy’s bike