Amy is a performer.
Whether it is doggedly pitching reporters with the news du jour or teaching others how to deliver compelling messages, Amy Martin Vogt understands what sells and how to sell it to get results.
While Amy’s career as a performer technically began on a theatrical stage, she has worked in health communications for the last 15 years. She began at Ogilvy Public Relations where she worked with government clients to help educate minority audiences about the signs of stroke, raise awareness of heart disease among women and promote clinical trials for those with Parkinson’s disease, among others. In 2006, Amy joined the GYMR team. At McCabe Message Partners, she continues to successfully lead our efforts in clinical trial recruitment and retention for some of the largest and longest running studies related to Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment.
Amy holds a dual degree in Communications and Theatre Arts from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. When she’s not in the office, she likes to go to the theatre, however these days you are more likely to catch her at an animated Pixar film with her son.