AMY LEVETON | Board Member
Amy Leveton joined the Brem Board in 2015, inspired by the organization’s mission to educate and empower women to detect early, curable breast cancer. She is committed to teaching women how they can survive and thrive after battling breast cancer.
Professionally, Amy is the Executive Vice President at Penn Schoen Berland Associates (PSB), where she leads a team that formulates and analyzes strategic research to help some of the biggest brands in the world—including McDonald's, Microsoft, General Mills, T-Mobile, Procter & Gamble, MetLife and the United States Department of the Treasury—solve their communications challenges. Having joined the firm in 1998, Amy was PSB’s first female vice president and is its first female Executive Vice President, overseeing PSB’s Washington, D.C. headquarters.
In 2008, PRWeek Magazine named Amy as one of its “40 Under 40.” Later, in the spring of 2009, Amy was honored as one of Politics Magazine’s “Rising Stars.” The award recognizes people 35 or under who have made a significant mark in political consulting or advocacy.
In the political arena, Amy was the head of research for the Hillary Clinton for President campaign. And in the year 2000, Penn Schoen Berland won the American Association of Political Consultants “Pollster of the Year” Pollie Award in large part due to Amy’s work. Amy also has been instrumental in helping other political candidates in the U.S. and abroad achieve election victories.
Amy graduated summa cum laude from the University of Michigan Honors College, with dual degrees in political science and psychology. She enjoys spending time with her young children and exploring soccer fields, basketball courts, parks, museums, and restaurants with her family.