With more than 15 years experience in publicity and public relations, Amy provides strategic communications counsel and management for public affairs, nonprofit, and corporate clients as a partner in the CSR/Social Issues practice at Finn Partners. Her expertise spans product launches, cause marketing programs, social awareness campaigns and issues/crisis management in the U.S. and globally.

Her most recent work includes spearheading Verizon Foundation’s corporate responsibility public relations campaigns, with a focus on education and healthcare, leading the United States communications program for The Arison Group and its annual “Good Deeds Day” global initiative, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Start Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships, the largest initiative ever funded to prevent teen dating violence.

Amy was an expert speaker at UNIFEM’s Strategic Imperatives for Ending Violence against Women Conference, Wired Safety’s Stop Cyber bullying Conference on Capitol Hill, and the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Safety Net Technology Safety Training, among others. She was also co-author of a study, “The Proportion of U.S. Parents Who Talk With Their Adolescent Children About Dating Abuse,” that was published in the August 2011 Journal of Adolescent Health.

Prior to joining Finn Partners, Amy served as Vice President of Regional Field Publicity and Promotions for New Line Cinema. Amy managed New Line Cinema’s marketing and publicity efforts across 25 regional agencies in over 70 markets in the United States and Canada for all film and Academy Award campaigns.