Amy Malone is a master-of-communication; in other words, she loves to talk and gets a kick out of listening to others. She combined that love with a passion for people and turned it into a career that allows her to help others communicate their thoughts, shape their images and share their stories with their target audience.
She is the owner of Girl in Charge Public Relations, a Certified Public Relations Professional, Communications Strategist, and Diversity & Inclusion Consultant, with over 20 years of experience.
Working with clients nationwide, she has built a successful career with clients covered by top media outlets such as People Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Essence Magazine, Billboard Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, Time Magazine, Variety Magazine, Black Enterprise Magazine, L.A. Times, New York Times, Good Day LA, Good Morning America, and CNN, to name a few. She has also been a key component in the planning and execution of high profile corporate and community events including Watts Community Cancer & Health Awareness Festival, 92nd Annual National Bar Association Conference and Exhibition, Cal Spas® Annual Dealers Conference, the City of Compton Key to the City Ceremony: Kendrick Lamar, the NBA All-Star Gospel Celebration and Awards Ceremony, The Devard & Devaughn Darling Football Camp and Tournament in Nassau Bahamas, and the Women of Color Unite Annual Gala and Awards Ceremony.
Amy is passionate in her fight against racism, sexism, ageism, sizism, colorism, and any ism that discriminates against marginalized people. She advocates for women of color by volunteering her services for the largest non-profit organization for Women of Color in Hollywood, and serves as a board member for Loving Beyond Reason, a non-profit organization that helps families find solutions for their mentally challenged adult family members.
In addition she co-founded the voter initiative My Hood Votes, a grassroots education and mobilization campaign designed to engage non-traditional voters in under-served neighborhoods commonly referred to as ‘the hood.’ with Political Strategist, Jasmyne Cannick, and Rapper and Reality TV Star, Eric “Lil Eazy E” Wright, son of the late Eazy E. She also assisted with the coordination of the Ending Mass Incarceration Conference and bail reform initiative Freedom Day Bailout, headed by Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, and included entertainers and activists TI, Michael K. Williams, and The Central Park 5, held at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Ga, where Martin Luther King Jr and Sr. were formally pastors.
Amy Malone has built her career and family on a strong spiritual foundation; which is the backbone to her success as a wife, mother, and entrepreneur.