AMY GALLANT SULLIVAN Amy is a true Renaissance person - while she is Executive Director and Co-Founder for the international nonprofit TFOS (//, she is also a patron and promoter of the arts. Of Amy’s many accomplishments within the arts, her volunteer efforts with the Vatican Museums in Rome, Italy are among her greatest. In co-founding the International Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, she’s helping to build global awareness for the collections, particularly showcasing their exhibits for the visually impaired. The Vatican Museums has a new multi-sensory experience so that the visually impaired can ‘see’ art. Her next project for the Museums will be for the hearing impaired. Amy speaks multiple languages including English, French, Italian, Spanish and has a basic understanding of Portuguese. Based between Boston and Paris, she has also lived in Italy, Argentina and Spain as well as traveled extensively throughout the world. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Boston University in Mass Communication and Public Relations. For more information related to her work with the Vatican Museums, please see the following link: //