Amy partners with growth seekers to build and transform businesses. She connects companies to customers, achieving results through an unexpected combination of insight, reinvention and pragmatism to realize the opportunities arising from change. She links marketing, big data analytics, customer experience and digital technologies to deliver B2C and B2B impact.
Through her unique approach, Amy has led transformation at major brands -- Citi, American Express, E*TRADE and AXA. She has launched breakthroughs including contactless payments in the NYC subway system, the first US pilot of mobile P2P cash exchange, and virtual credit cards for secure e-commerce payments. Her industry-leading work to attract new customers online enabled Citi to shift credit card acquisition to digital channels, increasing online account growth 20X -- establishing the model for digital service and account management within the category.
Currently, Amy assists startups to Fortune 500 executives with digital, marketing and brand strategy, innovation and business development, leveraging her expertise as a consumer financial services, payments and insurance operating executive. She is a member of New York Angels. Her current Advisory Board relationships include McKissack & McKissack (architectural and construction services), Zipari (health-tech), PebblePost (mar-tech) and Insurance Thought Leadership (social media/content).
A regular columnist for Huffington Post, Amy has also been an Advisor to Fintech Innovation Lab, and recognized by Business Week as a top corporate innovator as well as for product design excellence. US Banker named Amy one of the Most Powerful Women in Banking. She has served as Vice Chairman and Trustee of Healthcare Chaplaincy Network, and sponsors a social impact fellowship at the NYU Stern Graduate School of Business.
Amy is a graduate of The Wharton School (MBA, Marketing) and Wesleyan University (BA, College of Letters and Spanish). Ahead of the curve even as a child, she is a Brooklyn native, having been raised there years before its "discovery."