With more than 20 years of business, marketing and corporate communications experience, Amy Christopher’s focus is on helping organizations achieve clarity of purpose, message and audience. She is the former president of a nationally recognized marketing communications agency, and founder of her own consultancy working with executive leaders to develop and implement powerful, engaging communications strategies.
The experience Amy brings to T. H. Easter Consulting includes leadership of a national and international brand-building communications strategy for the most successful initial public offering of stock in five years’ U.S. history for the world’s second largest athletic apparel company. She has created stakeholder engagement strategies for major financial transactions in the power and consumer products industries and has led crisis mitigation for highly publicized and politicized issues, including legislative testimony preparation.
Amy’s multi-industry expertise affords our clients a depth and breadth of perspective that informs all her communications strategies. She has worked for clients in finance, construction and building, power and energy, real estate, transportation, law, accounting, human resources and professional services, among many others. Her list of past clients is diverse and extensive and includes CSX, Under Armour, Adidas, Black & Decker, Chesapeake Utilities Corporation, USA Swimming, Conquest (division of Boeing) and Penguin Publishing.
She also brings her expertise and industry contacts to bear in achieving high visibility executive thought leadership placements in numerous media outlets including USA Today, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, MSNBC, CNN, Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek, Time, and Fast Company, Inc.
Amy has been recognized by the industry at the highest levels, receiving the PR Week Award for Investor/Financial Communications Program of the Year; the Silver Anvil for Reputation and Brand Management Program of the Year; and the Sabre Award for Investor Relations Campaign of the Year.