Publications and Other Projects
Whatever the project -- from magazine to marketing brochure to special reports -- the goal is the same: To tell your story in an interesting way that engages stakeholders. Amy can help you keep your name, key messages, and latest news in front of target audiences, whether the final product is print or digital.
Writer for Choices, the magazine for members of the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union. Began by contributing profiles and features for the Special Issue 2013 and became primary writer beginning with the Spring 2014 issue.
The Wharton Advanced Management program, in 2017 and 2012, and the Wharton Executive Development Program in 2013: theme and copy development for these program brochures targeted to senior executives who want to amplify their leadership experience and their impact on the world.
Shire plc: script for video animation, 2012; articles for internal communications, 2011.
Brainwaves is a 2009 Platinum Inspire Award winner and #9 in the Top 50 Internal Communications Materials of 2009, as ranked by the League of American Communications Professionals. According to LACP, "Our belief is this entry has superb variety throughout the materials, demonstrating the success of this project in a) making a truly excellent connection with the primary audience and b) delivering, in a notably outstanding approach, an applicable and persuasive message."
AstraZeneca: contributing writer to award-winning A2Z magazine, 2001- 2005; writer for global R&D projects (print and Web), working with contacts in the US, UK, and Sweden, 2001 to present.
A2Z employee magazine: 2003 IABC District One Silver Quill Award of Excellence; 2002-2003 IABC EPIC Awards (Phila. Chapter); 2003 PRSA PepperPot Award; 2002 Top 10 Employee Publications Awards Program, Lawrence Ragan Communications, Inc.
Sports columnist (2002 to 2009) for the News of Delaware County, which was recognized in 2006 by the Suburban Newspapers Assocation as having the second-best sports section in weekly newspapers throughout the country.
University of Pennsylvania 2006 Economic Impact Report.