Amy Kelleher is a Senior Director at Bully Pulpit Interactive (BPI), where she manages marketing, message, and communication strategy for both causes and companies.
Amy manages strategy for large engagements across BPI’s politics, advocacy, and corporate work. Most recently, she managed BPI’s work to combat COVID-19 misinformation in partnership with the Ad Council.
In the 2020 Presidential cycle, Amy led BPI’s work with NextGen America, Everytown for Gun Safety, and Unite the Country. During her tenure at BPI she has led a successful campaign to uphold transgender rights in Massachusetts in 2018, developed strategies to improve the reputation of several large corporations, and assisted EMILY’s List in growing their Run to Win program recruiting Democratic women candidates.
In her 10 years in marketing, Amy has developed strategy for clients like Uber, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, in addition to several Fortune 100 companies.
Prior to joining the team at BPI, Amy was a Client Solutions Manager for Facebook based in Austin, Texas. She worked across various verticals including travel, technology, and professional services, managing campaigns. At age 12, she secured her first job in politics in the merch department of her father’s successful campaign for the local school board. Amy graduated from The George Washington University with a degree in International Affairs and currently lives in San Francisco, California.