As the president of AT&T New York, Amy oversees the company’s external and public affairs, regulatory, and legislative agendas in New York, as well as leading strategic communications, sponsorship and foundation activities. In New York’s top state legislative affairs position, Amy develops strategies to achieve AT&T’s legislative objectives and reaches out to key elected officials and policymakers in the state to provide AT&T’s perspective on a range of issues.
Amy works to ensure that AT&T’s New York customers and public officials are always afforded the best possible service and stewardship in the telecommunications and technology industries.
Prior to her work at AT&T New York, Amy was vice president of government affairs at the Credit Union Association of New York, where, for ten years, she directed the organization’s political and grassroots programs and helped the Association achieve its legislative goals in New York and Washington, D.C. In 1999, Amy won a New York Senate Graduate Fellowship and served in the office of Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr., as a fellow and, later, as legislative coordinator.
Amy serves as the president of the University Club of Albany, chairs the Advocacy and Governmental Affairs Committee for the New York State March of Dimes, is a member of the board of St. Catherine’s Center for Children and leads the St. Pius X Children’s Liturgy ministry. She was also named a 2009 Capitol “40 under 40” Rising Star, part of “Albany’s Next Generation of Political Leaders.”
Amy has a Master of Arts in Public History from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Minnesota. She lives in Albany, where she and her husband raise their son and daughter.