Amy works at the intersection of organizational development, knowledge management and communications. Her focus has been on knowledge sharing as a communication strategy and organizational growth; developing content to support learning, leadership, and effective teams. She is a long time producer of video documentaries and knowledge assets.

Her professional experience includes 8 years working as a staff producer at McKinsey and Company NYC. Working on digital knowledge assets for McKinsey’s ‘KNOW’ portal knowledge management initiative, Amy was responsible for content development with subject matter experts, as well as the branding, production quality, and digital workflow of the multimedia knowledge assets. In her role as Practice Knowledge Manager, she worked with industry sector practices to identify knowledge gaps, where visual media or other collateral was the most useful tool for dissemination of sector specific knowledge. Focusing on organizational development and training tools, she produced and documented organizational profiles, performance initiatives, and cultural change programs as well as developing content drawn from organizational narratives to highlight attitudes towards those initiatives. She also worked extensively with the emerging Leadership Development Practice producing new learning content for Directors and Partners. This led to her joining the start up team for the McKinsey Centre for Asian Leadership in Singapore, where she worked in several areas: practice branding and communications, event design, documentation of engagements, and learning content for executive coaching and leadership development. Working with the start up team, she gained experience defining the knowledge architecture for the new Practice, and led the development of relationships with external faculty to produce tailored content for the leadership programs being rolled out across Asia. After completion of her assignment at the McKinsey Centre for Asian Leadership in Singapore she has been working independently in research communications and editorial, developing content for grant proposals, books and other publications.