4-1Amy is a writer. She’s the best. Call her. She can build a communications platform of who you are, what value you bring, and why the world’s a better place because you’re in it. She can develop an all-out campaign, or formulate a fast, compelling ad.

She’s been writing for years. From dreaming up woe-is-me poetry in high school, to covering beats for the college newspaper, to writing websites for national non-profits, Amy’s talent lies in the written word.

Through the years, she’s written everything from direct mail and point-of-purchase displays, to billboard ads, websites, product brochures, email blasts, and even video scripts and radio. Along the way, she’s also been a proofreader and  a technical editor. This means, if she writes a catchy headline, you can bet it’s grammatically correct. Amy lives for that type of thing.

Amy gets ideas on paper to sell products, fund programs, or explain how great you are to the masses. She writes copy just how you want to say it. And after she writes it, you see you said it very well.

The stuff that resumes are made of:

Marketing and Communications Manager (8/11 to 10/12)

American Humane Association
Multiple roles

Senior Philanthropy Officer (2/09 to 12/11)
Copywriter/Editor (3/08 to 2/09)
Communications Director, Communications Manager, Senior Editor, Editor (5/02 to 10/05)

Sir Bouncealots, LLC
Owner and Chief Marketing Officer  (10/05 to 6/08)

AORN, Inc. (Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses)
Associate Editor, AORN Journal (5/97 to 5/02)

CLGS, Inc.
Editor  (8/96 to 5/97)

Heinrich Marketing, Inc.
Copywriter and Proofreader (8/94 to 6/96)


Southern Illinois University, BA in English, emphasis on creative writing and journalism