The official “work” version of me is below if that’s what you’re interested in. But are any of us really just our jobs?

Deep down, I’m a communicator. I like words, and I like using words to tell stories, to express feelings, to explain and explore the world around me, and to help others articulate what they’re thinking. Words are one of the most powerful tools we have, and I’m a steward of using them often, well, and wisely.

I’m also a mom of a 10-year old daughter, a pit bull rescue advocate, a hunter/jumper equestrian and an enthusiast of all things geeky, nerdy, and dorky. I’m an INFP, heavy on the F and yes I’m really an “I” (good luck finding me for the day or two after a big event).  I’m a true believer in the value and power of emotional intelligence and think we’d all be better served to talk about and through feelings more, not less, even in professional situations. This phase of my body of work and writing is going to center around that as a key theme.

I’ve been a B2B marketing and sales professional for 20+ years. I’ve written books. I’ve raised money for nonprofits. I was a music performance major in college so I can count to 4 over and over again with a great deal of accuracy. I write because I can’t not write. I love my job but I’m not defined by it. I’m a bit of an old soul and a sensitive one. I laugh loudly, speak my mind, and constantly question “why”.

I’d love to know you better, too.

Professional Bio:

Amber is a senior content marketing evangelist at LinkedIn, where she consults with LinkedIn’s business customers on building and executing high-performing content marketing strategies.

As a 20-year veteran of digital marketing, her professional expertise spans strategic planning, demand generation, corporate communications, brand development, and executive leadership. She’s successfully run multimillion-dollar fundraising campaigns, built and led global marketing and professional services teams, and launched and grown international brands.

As an entrepreneur and marketing leader, she has advised small businesses through Fortune 500 companies – including L’Oreal, American Express, JP Morgan Chase, Dell, Kraft Foods and Coca-Cola – as well as their executives on digital transformation and modern marketing strategy.

Amber is also the co-author of the best-selling social business book The Now Revolution. She delivers dozens of keynote speeches on leadership, digital transformation, and marketing excellence at industry conferences and private events every year.

For more information on Amber’s availability to speak at your event, visit her speaking page.

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