Success comes from the right blend of research, planning, accountability, talent, and just a little bit of the "it" factor.
Amy M. Litt Consulting is a network of consultants and creative professionals who are passionate about helping small businesses turn potential customers into communities of devoted fans.
Behind Amy M. Litt
Amy began her career organizing and publicizing events for the Empire State Pride Agenda, the nation's largest state-wide LGBT lobbying agency, and then moved into a position as Legislative Aide in the district office of the Speaker of the New York City Council Christine Quinn. There, Amy led community initiatives for a constituency of over 50,000 New Yorkers ranging from real estate development in Midtown Manhattan to addressing drug and violence issues related to the district’s nightlife.
Moving back into non-profits in 2007, Amy joined Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence as their Manager of New Media and Communications. Her achievements include building a national network of 70,000 women entrepreneurs, using traditional public relations strategies and social media to add 12,000 new members, increasing web traffic by 25% and leveraging partnerships with Reader’s Digest, American Express, Dell and others to reach an additional 4 million viewers. Other notable accomplishments include speech writing for a number of elected officials including then-Senator Hilary Clinton, leading workshops on social media for audiences of fifteen to five hundred, and appearing as the organization’s spokesperson on New York 1.
Amy initially left the private sector in 2005, but is now using what she has learned with non-profits to help businesses embrace their power to create social change.
Our network is a constantly expanding group of strategists, writers, community managers, film producers, web developers and graphic designers. We have found that people of talent, ambition and accountability tend to stick together; if we don’t already know the perfect person to execute your project, we can certainly find him or her.