Accenture’s Amy Fuller Joins Junior Achievement USA Board of Directors
Junior Achievement USA (JA) today announced that Amy Fuller, Accenture's chief marketing & communications officer, has joined its board of directors.
As Accenture's chief marketing & communications officer, Amy is responsible for the company's brand, advertising and research, content and digital marketing, social media, corporate and financial communications, industry analyst relations and media relations. Leading a global team of more than 1,000 marketing and communications professionals focused on strengthening the company's brand and helping grow the business, Amy is currently presiding over the company's largest-ever growth in brand value. She is also a member of Accenture's Global Management Committee and the Accenture Diversity Council.
Amy is an experienced global marketer with a blend of agency and client-side executive management roles. Prior to joining Accenture in 2017, she served as senior managing director of global brand at Deloitte. She also headed global consumer marketing for MasterCard, which entailed developing the iconic "Priceless" campaign across all channels and markets. Her particular expertise is in leading multidisciplinary marketing efforts for complex global businesses and leading teams across specialties and geographies.
"We are looking forward to working with Amy in the months and years ahead," said Jack Kosakowski, president and CEO of Junior Achievement USA. "Her professional and non-profit experience, as well as her passion and dedication for helping young people, will be tremendously valuable in helping JA advance its mission."
Amy's executive agency experience includes business development and client lead roles at Y&R, Dentsu and Ogilvy & Mather, where she built businesses and brands for some of the world's best-known companies. She has led award-winning teams that received Effies and a range of creative awards for excellence and innovation. In 2019, Amy was recognized by the American Business Awards as a Marketing Executive of the Year and was named by Forbes as one of the World's 50 Most Influential CMOs.
Amy is a cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College. She serves on the board of directors for global NGO HealthRight International and volunteers as a writing and career coach for a leading college access program, the Posse Foundation. She is also an elected member of the board of directors of the Ad Council, the leading non-profit dedicated to using communications to drive social change.
Amy Kneesey, Vice Chairman of the Brevard County School Board
"It’s a way to expand our curriculum without having to put out more resources. That’s a win for everyone."
Beth Westfall, Assistant Principal West Side Elementary School
"JA is relevant to my school, more so now than ever."
Hilah R. Mercer, Principal Cambridge Elementary Magnet School
"Junior Achievement is an outstanding, motivating program for our elementary students. Several of [our teachers] had JA volunteers last year and all had great praise for the program"
Michael Johnson, PhD, UCF Professor, College of Education
"I have long believed that this JA experience is so valuable for our UCF students and that actually it is a rare win for all experience, the UCF students, the school teachers, the school students, the UCF Education Profs, and the JA sponsors."
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