Amy Yeung has been honored as a “Change-maker” in Admonsters Top Women in Media Awards. The awards recognize an elite group of women who stand out for their significant contributions to their organizations and the digital media industry. The “Change-maker” honor spotlights women “who’ve successfully altered the course of their brands or the industry for the better.”
Presented by Folio and Admonsters:, the Top Women in Media Awards were created to celebrate, inspire and bring together the women who make Publishing a dynamic community. Amy’s winning nomination was among hundreds received from organizations, including Condé Nast, Consumer Reports, Dotdash, Harvard Business Review, Refinery29, TIME, and more.
Amy leads all legal, compliance, and privacy functions, and is instrumental in informing the product roadmap. She started her practice at WilmerHale and clerked with the Delaware Court of Chancery. Prior to joining Lotame, Amy advised executive management and business leads on industry-disruptive technology, digital innovation, and data analytics initiatives in all company life cycles at companies such as Comscore, Dataminr, and ZeniMax. Prior to these experiences, She is Co-Chair of Communications of the Law Department Management Network of the ACC, appointed as a board member to Duke University Alumni Association, and recently completed her term as co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Amy holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Duke University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Chicago.
To learn more about the award, please visit Top Women in Media Awards.