Amy Littleton is president of Reputation Partners, a national strategic communications and public relations agency headquartered in Chicago. She is a PR strategist and business leader who is focused on delivering powerful communications and integrated brand activation programs to business and consumer clients. Amy’s goal is to combine storytelling with technology to connect brands and people in meaningful ways.
Previously,Amy was executive vice president and managing director of KemperLesnik, a public relations, brand activation, content marketing and events agency regularly recognized among Chicago’s Best and Brightest Places to Work®. At KemperLesnik, she led the public relations division in handling brand reputation and crisis management for major brands, such as WhirlpoolCorporation; sports leagues, such as the PGA of America; and corporate executive teams, such as the independent panel to advise Takata Corporation through product quality corrections.
Amy has delivered communications results for many blue-chip clients, including Aon Plc., PwC, Liberty Mutual, CNA, HUB, Grainger, and many more. Under her leadership, the agency grew exponentially by providing creative yet strategic programs that produce measurable results.
Prior to joining KemperLesnik, Amy held communications positions at Edelman, Slack & Co., General Mills, Inc., and her own PR consultancy Littleton Consulting.
Amy holds a MBA from Loyola’s Quinlan School of Business, a BS from The Florida State University and a Certificate in Leadership from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. She is past president of the Public Relations Society of America Chicago; board member of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation; and founder and president of the non-profit Friends of Catherine and Channel Lakes. Follow Amy at LinkedIn and Twitter.
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