Amy Sutnick Plotch is a creative strategist, entrepreneurial thinker and committed do-gooder. With a focus on achieving the goals of each client, she designs communications campaigns, develops and tests messages and rolls up her sleeves to do what it takes to succeed. Amy brings decades of experience directing both national campaigns and local initiatives. She draws on a network of talented communications professionals to bring on board teams with specific skills to match each project.

Under Amy’s leadership, Sutnick Plotch Communications has developed communications and advocacy campaigns for dozens of nonprofits. Recent clients include North Star Fund, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, and The Opportunity Network. Amy has also taught strategic communications at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.

Before founding Sutnick Plotch Communications, Amy served as Director of Communications for Girls Incorporated, a national youth organization. She created a new external relations department, rebranded the organization and developed a campaign that generated national media coverage and millions of dollars in support. As public affairs director for the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice, Amy successfully developed and achieved support for the construction of new juvenile justice facilities.