Snelling’s move to A&G was a long time coming: she and CEO Andrew Graff first connected almost two decades ago when she applied for a job at the agency. Graff let her know there weren’t openings at the time but encouraged her to stay in touch. “Amy has been on my radar for a long time now, and I’ve been continually impressed with her ability to translate a consumer insight into a campaign that’s truly inventive," said Graff. Snelling is a familiar face with several of her coworkers. She used to work alongside chief creative officer Jennifer Putnam at both SapientNitro and Digitas and Beder at Digitas.
“A&G has been on my list forever,” Snelling said. “The culture is universally known to be great, and I love that the agency has a people-focused environment not only internally but with clients as well. I also love that I have the ability to teach up and coming talent while still learning myself. I was ready to go to a creative, entrepreneurial place where I could quickly effect change, and A&G is the perfect place to do that.”