AME joined Facebook in 2007, but it wasn’t until the relationships she built or renewed there had transformed her life that she set to work in online advocacy and social media.
AME’s first social media gig developed the brand identity and managed social media presence for a startup business consultancy.
AME’s next major project, developing social media for Manchester LIBRARYes!, helped ensure $3.6 million in funding over the next decade for Manchester (MI) and affiliate libraries. Facebook and one-on-one voter connections increased turnout in a summer primary by 380% and defeated by 60% a township effort to withdraw from the library district. The primary voter drive also helped a floundering school bond measure ride the library’s coattails to victory.
When AME moved back to her hometown of Cincinnati after twenty years, she leapt into the network of the Queen City’s vibrant food scene, initially by developing content and managing B2C communications for a retail purveyor of fine French goods, where she grew authentic social participation and increased the shop’s organic Facebook reach by 500% in the first quarter.
She also contributed to Slow Food Cincinnati as a member of the Board of Directors and social media manager.
After a move to Pittsburgh in 2015, AME teamed with the whizzes at Aptitude Research Partners to relaunch their start-up consultancy, grow organic multi–platform social engagement, and start a new conversation in HR technology.
AME has developed content and grown social engagement for Girls Write Pittsburgh, Yoga Factory Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Juice Company, 2468 Kids, Ki11erpancake, the IonSound Project, and HouseLogic.com, and more.
Depending on the needs of her cause or client, AME provides services that range from simple social media management consistent with a pre-existing brand to scratch-development of campaign strategy, planning, and content creation. Contact her to learn how her expertise in these areas can help you communicate better with your patrons, clients, and constituents.
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