About Amy Christieson

“The most fulfilling outcome when working with clients and partners is to move from dream to plan, then action to reality. 
It’s a win for the client and win for me knowing I’ve made a difference in the trajectory of their business”

Synthesis Management Group (SMG) Executive Business Coach Amy Christieson helps leaders develop and deploy growth strategies that focus on people, operational efficiencies, agility, innovation and modernizing cultures. Amy utilizes her coaching strategies within her Fusion and WEL forums, fostering a think-tank, group learning environment with high level leaders in differing industries.

Amy has been coaching employees and clients for over 20 years. As an entrepreneur, Amy understands the challenges of starting, owning, growing, and selling a business. Her experience in the consulting world has provided her with the ability to look strategically across a variety of different industries with unique business challenges. She has worked with clients in high tech and engineering, to healthcare and manufacturing in the large, mid-size, and multi-generational business sectors. Amy has spent her career in sales, business turnarounds, growth planning, and execution. 

Amy’s experience and immersion in the Synthesis philosophies helped her grow her company to new levels, positioning her to sell her benefits and human resource consulting practice in 2020. Her experience in revenue growth and the consulting world has positioned her to identify, engage, and grow our affiliate partner network across North America. Amy implements the SMG learning and development platform within our affiliate partner program and supports our partners by strategizing new ways to grow their respective businesses.

Additional Background

Amy is involved in the one-to-one mentor program with Big Brothers Big Sisters(BBBS). BBBS focuses on helping all youth to achieve their full potential.

Amy is a past president, developed and deployed a new strategic plan for the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA), WNY local charter chapter. The mission of ABWA is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally.

Amy has also served on the board for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) in several positions since 2010. NAWBO’s vision and mission is for women to get a seat at the table or build your own table, and make sure to include other women.