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Lindsay Henry

Copywriter

Lindsay Henry is a dedicated copywriter who has worked within the marketing and communications world for over a decade. She attended Central Michigan University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal Communication and a master’s degree in Communication. Within the world of words, she uses her expertise to create engaging copy for a variety of audiences in order to help meet clients’ goals and exceed expectations. Her own writing works have been published on such sites as The Huffington Post, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls at the Party, Mogul, Girls Leadership and more.

Lindsay is a member of MYPros and serves on the planning committee for the Girls on the Run nonprofit organization. She also enjoys lending her voice as a voiceover artist for various local commercials. A native of St. Charles, Mich., Lindsay has spent her entire professional career in Midland and is thrilled to be a part of the AMPM team.

 

Contributors

Lindsay HenryLindsay Henry

Copywriter

Lindsay Henry has over 12 years of communications and professional writing experience across several industries. Here at AMPM, she lives in the Land of Words. Her keen understanding of the written word and establishing voice through copy is a major asset in achieving key communication objectives with clarity and creativity.

Julie FosterJulie Foster

Account Executive

While the majority of Julie’s experience is in the marketing and advertising field, she’s blundered her way through roles for which she felt extremely out of her element: makeup artist, costume designer and props master.

Julie BattleJulie K. Battle

There are few roles Julie hasn’t held in the advertising agency business. Everything from copywriter, account executive, creative director, film director, agency owner and several she won’t admit to.

Greg BranchGreg Branch

When Greg started writing advertising, state-of-the-art meant sticks and clay tablets. For over 40 years, he never seemed to run out of new ways to say things. Greg unexpectedly passed away in 2019 after serving as AMPM’s brand strategist for eight years. His quick wit, gentle demeanor and talent with words is sorely missed, but we are all grateful to have worked with and called him our friend.

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