Stephanie D’AmicoSenior Director, Business Development
Direct: (614) 891-1020
Mobile: (614) 209-7583
Stephanie D’Amico’s mantra, like many of you, is "begin with the end in mind." She started her career not knowing exactly what she wanted to do but, knowing that whatever she did, she wanted to be "successful." Being successful, as a young adult, meant being a leader in her company, in her industry and enjoying her work. Stephanie is pleased to say, “I hit the jackpot”. For the past 20+ years, she has successfully focused on helping her clients achieve their marketing goals by creating, executing and measuring campaigns. She has grown up with proformas and ROI calculations. She continues to be amazed at the impact of utilizing data to drive marketing. Stephanie’s career started in credit card marketing and she continues to spend most of her time working in the financial sector, helping small consumer finance companies to large national banks achieve their marketing goals.
Areas of Expertise
Communications, Channel Execution—especially direct mail, email ancampaign measurement.
Areas of expertise upon which I would like to continue learning.
Executive Leadership, Generational Studies, New Channels
What three keywords best describe you?
Enthusiastic, Hard-working, Leader
"Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do. Don't wish it were easier; wish you were better."
What are you passionate about?
Educating young people—especially underprivileged ones—about their potential.
What is something interesting about you that members might not know?
I love to volunteer and serve others, and it keeps me very busy!
Who has been a role model for you?
I have had several through the years...in AFSA, a few come to mind including Susan Bridges and Marguerite Watanabe
What are you most proud of?
In work, I am very proud of my long-standing client relationships that have been built on trust and success over the course of many years. In my personal life, I am very proud of my family, including my husband and three kids.
What would you say are the key success factors for a mentoring relationship?
Ongoing communication, understanding the mentee key motivators, and mutual sharing of perspective and experiences.
What advice would you give yourself as a young executive?
Look for ways you can add value to everything you do.
What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started your career?
Executives are human beings and had to start-off learning as well.