Amy Ludwig is the newest member of the team at Princeton Strategic Communications, but the native of Hamilton, N.J., is no newbie. The graduate of North Carolina State University enjoys a wide range of experience in the arenas of communications, social media, community service and academic excellence.
The graduate of North Carolina State University enjoys a wide range of experience in the arenas of communications, social media, community service and academic excellence.
“I always had a passion for writing and photography,” Amy says. “I have also always loved to help people and learn people’s stories. In college, I found that communications and public relations was absolutely the right field for me.”
She is very passionate about organizations that are dedicated to helping the blind and visually impaired, and was the director of E-communications for the sorority Delta Gamma – whose philanthropy is “Service for Sight.”
“While in college, I volunteered much of my time to helping sight organizations such as Prevent Blindness N.C., Governor Morehead School for the Blind and N.C. Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped,” says Amy, who graduated Summa Cum Laude from N.C. State and as a member of the University Scholars Program, Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society, and the Public Relations Student Society of America.
At PSC, she helps clients tell their stories and build their brands through social media and media relations. That includes helping post to and monitoring clients’ social media accounts, including Facebook and Instagram.
When she’s not working or busy volunteering, the Steinert High School graduate enjoys live music (particularly country music concerts). Amy also loves the beach and water sports, and loves to practice cosmetology.