Amy Korb Amy Hamm
Amy Hamm conducted a print analysis for our organization and helped us shave 25 percent from our total printing costs. Those savings mean we can invest more resources into creating and/or enhancing current programs to provide our membership with more benefits and service. Amy continues to serve as an extension of our team by managing the transition to our new print partners, while handling all communication and scheduling development with the printer. This assistance allows our staff to focus on their daily responsibilities.
- Susan Urbanczyk, CAE
Director of Membership Marketing and Communications
American Snowsports Education Association

Amy’s career has always been in publishing, perhaps even foreshadowed in college where she was the student whose papers and assignments were always printed on top-of-the line paper stock. A Colorado native, Amy started her career at Activity Directories International, first selling ad placements in the directory and then moving to the production side of the business. At WiesnerMedia, Amy created a finely tuned production process and team that consistently aligned business goals with the most cost-efficient solution. Amy’s ability to see the big picture allows her to be a fair and consistent negotiator who is able to build solid relationships internally and externally. Her calm demeanor and intuitive ability to work with different types of personalities makes her a key asset in establishing processes resulting in top-of-the-line products. When not working, you can find Amy, her husband and three children in the mountains of Colorado participating in just about everything the outdoors offers: hiking, fishing, archery, camping, and skiing.


  • Expert print and distribution negotiator. Understands all of the nuances behind a print invoice and what it takes to deliver materials on time and within budget.
  • Incredibly organized. Keeps clients’, and AMPs’, projects on or ahead of schedule.
  • Innate ability to see how different processes, procedures work to find the best outcome for all.


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