Amy Nederlander

Amy is an expert in strategic business development working with world leading executives, corporations, non-profits and social impact initiatives creating multi-platform profitability maximization through content and brand development, consumer engagement and strategic partnerships. Ms. Nederlander is also a producer in the entertainment industry.

As an entrepreneur, Amy launched L!FE’s experience-based programming teaching the skills and confidence to achieve goals, independence, education and career success in Detroit to serve her hometown’s revitalization, expanding programming to NYC; Amy has produced plays for Broadway, Off-Broadway, and national tours, as well as build eProvStudio into a multi-platform business promoting multigenerational entrepreneurship through education, research, advocacy & public policy, and access to capital, culminating in a Global Summit Series Tour on Senior & Multi-Generational Entrepreneurship in partnership with Participant Media; Amy created Save The Children’s High School Community Service Program, a partnership with Rustic Pathway.

Consulting has included development of Spill The Honey Project, a global initiative to promote tolerance and end genocide; strategic partnerships for a premier social impact gaming company; global strategy for the live entertainment division of a multi-platform entertainment company, global brand extension strategies for entertainment companies. Clients: Electronic Arts; Hit Entertainment; PBS/WNET; Barnard College at Columbia University – Athena Center for Leadership Studies; Fathom Events; 4D Factory.

Ms. Nederlander has a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia Business School, and Bachelor of Arts from University of Michigan. Awards and nominations include Tony Awards, Drama Critics Circle Awards, Outer Critics Circle Awards, amongst others. Ms. Nederlander was raised in the Detroit, Michigan area and is actively involved in bringing her experience, local and national relationships to empower Detroit’s redevelopment.