Marketing is all about stories.
This one is mine.
In fourth grade grammar, Mrs. Dahlstrand nicknamed me the “Comma Queen.”
In high school English, Mr. Ruda wrote, “Amy, I am pleased to hear you are inspired by the idea of becoming a journalist. I know you have what it takes to get there.”
In college, New York Times bestselling author Michael Koryta, also my journalism professor, wrote, "Amy possesses every quality of mind and personality that I would want to find in an editor."
I’ve dedicated my life to the craft because I love it. I'm passionate about telling stories that people can connect with on a deeper level. Stories that inspire them to do things differently. Stories that make their lives easier, better.
I earned my B.A. in journalism from Indiana University, then moved to New York without ever having been for a publishing program at Columbia University.
I got my start as a journalist and editor, then moved into content marketing. In my 15-year career, I've sought out high-performing marketing and editorial teams that challenge me to be better, where I can learn by doing and have the opportunity to see what I'm capable of.
I'm a natural storyteller with a high-quality bar and an eye for design.
To see my work over the years, check out my portfolio. To see the impact I've made, download my resume.
Companies I've worked with
I've worked full time or freelance for globally established companies and unicorn startups.
Alterra Mountain Company
Rodale (acquired by Hearst)
Enough about me. Let's talk about you.
Because if you've made it this far, you must have a project on your mind.