I went to Triptych Communications because I needed advice to start up a new business. Amy really helped me strategize a marketing plan and business structure, and did so with genuine enthusiasm! She has a natural knack for advertising, and is technologically savvy. Thank you, Amy, for helping me get my business up and going -- I couldn't have done it without you!
Amy was an excellent resource with a keen eye for details. Very thorough, she was great at listening and capturing details in an accurate way. Specifically, Amy worked with me on a set of communications her team developed for all of Tyson IT. Her approach was sound and her attitude was great.
Amy is one of the most energetic and curious professionals I've ever worked with. She is a skilled relationship builder and she brings a 'continual improvement' mindset to her work. She constantly found ways to enhance and drive effective communications up, down and across our organization.
I've had the pleasure of working with Amy on many internal communications projects. I've always appreciated the quality of her writing and her attention to detail. She has a calm manner, even under tight deadlines. She's a helpful and valuable colleague to have.
Amy’s inquisitive mind was a great addition to the team and helped us think outside the box. Amy was easy to work with, carried a positive attitude, and supported others around her. I personally enjoyed working with Amy and learned so much from her!
Amy is an extremely talented writer and always willing and eager to learn something new. We worked really well together and I learned a lot from her. She was passionate about Communications, and as she learned more about technology, I watched her passion grow in that field as well. Amy is smart, funny and insightful.
Amber Girdley, Communications Manager, Walmart Stores, Inc.
Amy and I collaborated on many internal communications around changes in technology platforms, upcoming releases, and/or end user documentation around shifting procedures. Amy is very professional and easy to receive quality and objective feedback from. I appreciate Amy for her candor and approachability during tight timelines.
I worked with Amy for about about a year to help tell the story of our company's technology strategy across several platforms. She's sharp, action-oriented, and a creative thinker who can balance good storytelling with substantive detail. She's also a pleasure to work with and was always coming up with new ideas for our content calendar.
Amy is an excellent thinker and communications strategist, as well an extremely talented writer. She is a trusted counselor who has managed several critical projects ranging from change management to the development of communications vehicles. Both personally and professionally, I enjoyed working with Amy very much, and highly recommend her.
Amy is a pleasure to work around and her work ethic sets the standard. Amy always is looking to find a better way to communicate. In her role within Public Affairs she was very careful to partner with the appropriate groups to ensure our messages were professional, on point and always truthful.
I worked with Amy extensively as we established sustainability strategies and activation efforts at Walmart in the early days of adoption. She was terrific at weaving together information to tell compelling stories to get sustainability adopted among Walmart's 2 million associates. She is always professional, a terrific project manager, and a team player.
I recognized Amy’s natural talent the first time I read one of her articles on the Columbia Missourian’s city desk, and those skills have broadened and deepened immeasurably as her career has moved through journalism and corporate communications. Even as she has come so far professionally, she has retained all of the youthful vigor, enthusiasm and work ethic she demonstrated way back when.
Amy is one of the most conscientious communicators I've known. She is a strong and urgent writer who carefully considers her audiences and the goals of her communications. Her work elevated the voice of those she wrote for -- including the CEO of Walmart -- providing clarity, compassion and enthusiasm. She worked hard to understand her subjects, patiently tying up loose ends, taking enormous responsibility for her work, and pride in the results. These qualities carried through to her relationships with coworkers, making her a valuable and respected team player.
Amy is effective and warm in her approach. She led our meetings clearly and helped equip the team with all the materials needed to contribute well. When I reflect on her work, the saying “It's not what you say, but how you say it” comes to mind, as she is great at curating a message into something that is relevant and engaging.