Amy Gallagher is Vice President of Client Services and the Creative Director at Governance & Accountability Institute. She has been associated with the G&A team for over 20 years, beginning her career with G&A as a college intern. She serves as project manager for all client-related activities.
As Creative Director, Amy is expert in desktop publishing, graphics and design and oversees all design elements related to client projects, Institute research reports and marketing. She is responsible as well for the conference coordination activities of G&A Institute (the company collaborates with three dozen or more conference sponsors each year). As Vice President of Client Services, Amy’s project management skills keep client projects and programs moving on scheduled timelines to meet established deadlines. Amy is experienced in oversight of full service research, issue monitoring and interactive communication programs.
In-depth projects elements include research reports, issue monitoring, design, development and security of marketing and Internet communications programs; design and development of custom public Web sites and private password protected secure Intranet sites; as well as training for Web site maintenance and updating on Typo3 programming platforms. Among her responsibilities is the development and management of customized, proprietary databases for client organizations in the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.
Amy’s portfolio of skills is utilized to design, create and manage communication and marketing outreach programs for clients, centered on online communications and database operations. Amy has designed grassroots, media, third party, stakeholder, activist, and government agency databases for client communication programs.
Previously, Amy was an Account Executive for Rowan & Blewitt Incorporated, a global crisis management and issues management consulting firm that was under the corporate umbrella of Interpublic Group (NYSE:IPG). The firm’s clients were Fortune 100 and multinational companies. She worked closely with clients in creating information management systems to help clients meet their needs.
Amy was graduated from Dowling College with a B.S. in Computer Science. She holds advanced training certificates in HTML Scripting and Web Page Design and is expert in software applications, desktop publishing, data structures, file processing, security, statistics, operations research and Typo3 Web platform management. Amy has also completed the Dale Carnegie Training course.
In 2015/2016, Amy volunteered as Chapter Manager of Union County Mommies, a local chapter with over 1,050 members of the non-profit organization, The Mommies Network. As Chapter Manager, Amy was involved with event planning, charitable fundraising and marketing of the chapter within the local community. While in college, Amy participated in the Presidential Scholars scholarship and mentor program and contributed to the River Run Literary Magazine. Amy is also an active volunteer with Girl Scouts of America.