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Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson

Director of Client Services


Amy started at Red Caffeine in 2016 as the Director of Client Services. In addition to managing the badass Account Management team, Amy is also the lead account manager on key agency clients. She prides herself on developing long-term client relationships and her keen ability to build smart and impactful communication strategies. She has 15+ years of experience at both large and mid-size agencies, with past clients spanning the CPG and financial categories, including Quaker, Smithfield Foods, and BMO Harris Bank. Amy leads the Red Caffeine mission to build exceptional client experiences and believes we can (and should be) the best part of our client’s day. Outside of the office, you can find her curled up with a good book, going “all-out” at Orangetheory Fitness or enjoying time with her family.

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