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Finding her creative vision through photography Amy identified the need for developing the business of arts. She pursued a Masters in Arts Administration and applied her management expertise to supporting arts and business partnerships across the United States. Recognised for her innovation she was brought into the academic team of the University of Houston Downtown as a professor of Arts Administration.
Reaching mid-career Amy realised that she was not alone in her need to strike a life-work balance. As a Research Fellow with Americans for the Arts she conducted a national study identifying solutions for retaining and developing mid-career professionals.
Amy relocated to the United Kingdom in 2006 and joined Legal Action Group as Business Development Manager. Simultaneously she trained as a leadership coach. In 2008 she returned to the United States and established Leading-Together, a Washington, DC based consulting practice that develops partnerships across cultures
Martin Farrell Lois Graessle Priya Lukka Amanda Falkson Detlef Schade Julia Goga-Cooke Amy Kweskin Charles Hutchings Graham Allcott Leah Antignas Richard Chapman Nancy Kline Marianne Hartley Paul Cursons Graham Irwin Korinna Hedinger-Farrell Andy Connor
‘Martin Farrell's input was invaluable in helping us make some creative connections, between people and ideas, so we could pull together a clear strategic position for the 2012 Olympics.’
Martin’s writing about the real life of groups:
‘Assert civil society by looking a terrorist squarely in the eye’
... and there’s lots more
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