NSPA Staff


Amy Weinstein
Executive Director

Prior to her employment with the National Scholarship Providers Association, Ms. Weinstein held the position of Assistant to the

Maggie Brubaker
Membership and Programs Manager 

Maggie brings a diverse background to NSPA. She has worked for a variety of nonprofit and education institutions throughout her 

  Jackie Poor Hahn
Operations and Communications Coordinator

Jackie's background includes managing her own business working with non-profit 
Chancellor at the University of Colorado at Boulder. While at CU-Boulder, Ms. Weinstein served as the Vice President of the campus chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Previous to that, Amy held the positions of Scholarship Coordinator and Assistant Director of Public Education at the American Indian College Fund in Denver, Colorado. 

Amy holds an M.A. in public administration (emphasis on non-profit management) from the University of Colorado at Denver and a B.A. in Native American studies at the University of California at Davis. 

Amy is a Boulder, Colorado native and enjoys the spending time in the mountains with her husband and their two dogs Delilah and Maceo. 

career. Her experiences include working as a Director of Community Initiatives at Pikes Peak United Way, a Resident Manager for CU Boulder, a university instructor, and an elementary school teacher. 

Maggie completed a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in Geography at Penn State University. She also spent a year in Germany as a Fulbright Scholar researching energy policy.

Maggie enjoys spending time with her family which includes her husband and two children. Her family loves all types of outdoor pursuits including rock climbing, biking, and hiking. Originally from Poland, Maggie continues to enjoy exploring new places.


organizations as a conference coordinator and membership manager. Her niche was working with organizations that dealt with affordable housing, such as Housing Colorado! and the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless. She also worked as a senior legal assistant in Manhattan and spent a few years managing charitable registrations for non-profit associations.

Jackie founded a charter school for at-risk gifted children and remained on the board for five years getting the school off the ground, financially stable and into a permanent home.

Jackie is originally from New York and graduated from SUNY Stony Brook. She enjoys spending time and traveling with her husband and three teenage sons. While she likes skiing and enjoys the mountains of Colorado, exploring cities is her passion. 

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