Office of Communications Head of Social and Editorial Content
Bio

Amy Stamm works in the Office of Communications at the National Air and Space Museum on media relations, marketing, speechwriting, and digital projects. Managing the museum's social media and editorial content, she writes and edits blogs, runs the Museum's social media platforms, oversees the museum's email newsletters, and leads other digital initiatives. Amy holds a Bachelor's in Strategic Communication from High Point University and a Master's in Public Relations and Corporate Communication from Georgetown University.

Contact Information stamma@si.edu 202-633-2392
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