Meet Amy!
Meet Amy!


Meet Amy!

Nov 01, 2019By Mallory Willsea

Please join us in welcoming Amy Weiss, mStoner’s new content specialist. 

As a content strategist, Amy writes clear, persuasive, and engaging digital content to meet the needs of site visitors and satisfy clients’ business objectives.

Amy spent more than eight years in communications roles at Northwestern University, where she honed her skills as a writer and editor for a variety of print and digital media. A true Wildcat, she earned her bachelor’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern and her master’s in public policy and administration from Northwestern’s School of Professional Studies.

Amy shared her answers to mStoner’s version of the Proust questionnaire.

Favorite book: Impossible to choose just one! My favorite I’ve read this year is “The Great Believers” by Rebecca Makkai.

Favorite TV show: Also hard to choose just one, and I watch entirely too much TV, but I’ll say “The West Wing” is probably my all-time favorite.

Favorite place you’ve visited: Seville, Spain. I studied abroad there in college and it has to be one of the most beautiful, vibrant cities in the world.

Funniest tweet/article/social post you ever read: I sobbed laughing the first time I saw Fritz, the golden retriever who can’t catch food. I love him so much.

Greatest achievement to date: There are a handful of individual professional and personal moments that come to mind, but overall I think my greatest achievements are the collections of friendships I’ve made and sustained. As an extroverted only child, I’ve always treated friends like extended family, and I’m really proud of the group of people — from childhood, high school, college, and beyond — I have in my life, and the way we support and show up for each other.

Your superhero: Michelle Obama!

Your nemesis: Uneven sidewalks; I am quite clumsy.

Your motto: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Thanks, Ferris!

Your greatest life lesson: 1) Vulnerability is often a sign of strength, not weakness! 2) Low-fat ice cream isn’t worth it.

Welcome, Amy!

  • Mallory Willsea Director of Marketing and Business Development Proud ENFJ, here! What does that mean for mStoner, besides entertaining colleagues with my wit and charm? I'm a problem-solver and enjoy working through our potential client's challenges to identify solutions and how a partnership with mStoner will bring value.