THIS ALL SOUNDS GREAT. BUT WHO ARE YOU, EXACTLY?
Here's the professional bio:
AMY GUTMAN is a writer, coach, and communications strategist for mission-driven people and organizations, with a focus on women, law, higher education, and public health.
She previously served as Special Assistant for Communications to then-Harvard Law School Dean (now U.S. Supreme Court Justice) Elena Kagan, Senior Communications Advisor to the Dean at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and most recently, Senior Communications Advisor at Wellesley College, where her work is ongoing.
Her own work has appeared in many print and online publications including the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Salon, The Atlantic, Forbes, and Psychology Today, and she is the author of two suspense novels — Equivocal Death, a People Magazine Page Turner of the Week, and The Anniversary, both published by Little, Brown.
As a senior facilitator for The OpEd Project, she has taught in the U.S. and around the world for institutions that include Harvard University, Columbia University, the Ford Foundation, the Aspen Institute, and many others.
Amy began her career at The Wilson Quarterly, where she served as an assistant editor. She went on to work as a newspaper reporter in Tennessee and Mississippi and later for Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL). There, she designed and served as founding director of The Mississippi Teacher Corps, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary.
An honors graduate of Harvard-Radcliffe College and Harvard Law School, she lives in Brookline Massachusetts.