Amy Aronoff Blumkin is the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of Meals on Wheels America, responsible for protecting and nurturing the brand and telling the story of the organization’s important work to all critical audiences.
Amy has a blended background of corporate and mission-focused marketing and communications work over the last 25 years. She was most recently the COO of One Voice, a non-profit focused on supporting the work of peacebuilders in the Middle East. For nearly four years, Amy led Anti-Defamation League's (ADL) Brand and Marketing department through a rebrand and brought integrated, strategic, and proactive thinking to the marketing function. Under her leadership, ADL also relaunched its annual summit on Antisemitism and Hate, Never Is Now, and achieved record attendance and awareness; the 2019 in-person event featured Sacha Baron Cohen in a keynote address that went viral achieving over 2.5MM views.
Prior to ADL, Amy had one of the most incredible professional opportunities a marketer could have - she was chosen as the CMO of the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee – in charge of marketing the first ever outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl hosted in the nation. Widely recognized as a huge success (even the weather cooperated), her team delivered a ground-breaking mobile tour and award-winning events, digital communications and social media.
Beginning marketing career at American Express in New York City, Amy then spent nearly a decade in marketing and strategy at Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida.
Amy is a proud graduate of the University of Vermont and holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School.