Profile

Amy Fisher

Contact Details

United States
RegEx Pro

Bio

Amy Fisher joined the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) in April 2020 and serves as Vice President, Engagement, Marketing and Market Development. In this capacity, she leads strategic initiatives, complex campaigns and business/international market development to enhance member value, increase community engagement and spur revenue growth for the organization. Prior to joining RAPS, Amy served as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications at ASIS International, driving the strategic overhaul and digital transformation of marcom initiatives related to event, certification, membership, education and other professional development programs for members and the security profession at-large. She also spent three years at National Trade Productions (NTP) as Vice President of Marketing. In that role, she led the branding and marketing strategies for the organization, and its portfolio of clients who produce industry-leading tradeshows. Amy also worked in B-to-B media marketing for 13 years acr

Education

The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
MBA

The George Washington University
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
BA

Current Organization Type

  • Hospital/Medical Practice

Job History

Vice President, Marketing and Communications
Alexandria, VA, United States
July 2016 - April 2020

Vice President of Marketing
Alexandria, VA, United States
July 2013 - May 2016

Marketing Director, Residential Construction Group and Hanley Wood Market Intelligence
Washington, DC, United States
November 2010 - June 2013

Director, Corporate and Government Marketing
Washington, DC, United States
April 2010 - November 2010

Director of Marketing and Product Development
Washington, DC, United States
September 2008 - April 2010

Executive Director of Media, Marketing and Events
Falls Church, VA, United States
September 2003 - September 2008

Director of Global Marketing & Communications
Rockville, MD, United States
August 2000 - August 2003