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Amy Neumann is a tech fanatic with a penchant for social good, who has been working professionally in the internet, technology and marketing space since 1994. After spending sixteen years in Los Angeles with companies like AT&T and Yahoo, Amy returned to Northeast Ohio to focus on how technology can solve challenges for nonprofits and businesses of all sizes.

Amy is part of the Advance Ohio team, helping develop deep partnerships in the nonprofit and technology space. An entrepreneur by nature, Amy also recently founded a startup nonprofit called Free Tech for Nonprofits, and often speaks and publishes under her social enterprise business, Good Plus Tech. (Free Tech for Nonprofits will help provide technology and related resources to nonprofits. Technology can free up human time for things only people can do – providing more time for activites that really create the most impact.)


Because she is so passionate about helping others crack the code on how to effectively use marketing and technology to achieve their goals, Amy speaks nationally on topics related to social media and strategic digital marketing at many events. Conferences and organizations include Dell’s Social Innovation Conference, ASU’s Sustainability Conference, the Midwest Social Media Summit, SHRM (Society of Human Resource Managers), and SME (Sales and Marketing Executives). She is widely published, including as a contributor to Forbes, an author of PR News’ Crisis Management Guidebook, a columnist for Huffington Post, and for two of her own sites, Good Plus Tech and Charity Ideas.

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