Preparing for the next cyber attack
11 October 2017Read More
Formerly U.S. Deputy Homeland Security Advisor to President Obama, Amy has extensive experience managing some of the most high-profile, diverse challenges at the highest levels of U.S. government. A proven strategist who is adept at building coalitions and communicating effectively to diverse stakeholders, she currently helps individuals and businesses to identify vulnerabilities in protecting their privacy and reputation; build systems to proactively manage a range of critical threats; and respond quickly to crisis, including data breaches, cyber-attacks, online privacy issues and hostile campaigns.
Prior to joining the White House, Amy worked in several positions at the U.S. Department of Justice including as a senior official in the Criminal Division and as a federal prosecutor. She has served twice as counsel in the U.S. Senate: first, within the Senate Judiciary Committee, and later, to the Senate Majority Leader. A U.S. qualified lawyer, she has experience prosecuting federal criminal cases, leading and responding to Congressional investigations, conducting internal investigations, and advising on cross-border law enforcement and national security issues.
Amy is a graduate of Haverford College and a magna cum laude graduate of Duke University School of Law. She clerked for the Honorable Kim McLane Wardlaw of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.