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Amy Newton

The Keystone Team

VP Experience & Design

As Vice President, Experience and Design, Amy plays a dual role guiding our clients through their growth journey by driving alignment between strategy, culture, and leadership and enhancing engagement with our clients through innovation that addresses their most complicated needs.

Prior to joining the KGI team, Amy has 25+ years of experience in working with a diverse range of companies, including mid-sized and large corporate environments, privately owned companies, non-profit organizations, and private equity. Through this experience, she has gained a unique understanding of the challenges and perspectives executives and their businesses face. Her background in marketing and brand strategy provides her with a solid foundation in business strategy and strategically aligning teams with the company’s goals. Having been in various leadership positions, she understands the challenges associated with being a new leader, working within a difficult team environment and the importance of communication across all levels of an organization.  Amy’s experience in facilitating cross-functional teams, developing and executing strategic growth frameworks and driving impact through culture and team development are the capabilities that she is leveraging most with our clients.

Amy is passionate about bringing together diverse opinions to drive towards a common goal. Her superpower is simplifying complexity and finding impactful solutions to help teams drive actionable results.

What do you believe is a strength of Keystone as an organization?

Keystone’s focus truly is on organizational impact through business needs + human needs. The team here lives our core values in how we interact with each other, our clients and partners. My personal favorites are being your partner in the journey and raw authenticity.

What is your favorite past time?

At the top of my list is traveling to new places and/or spending time at our family cabin in Cold Spring, MN with my husband and 3 boys. But in recent years I have also been pursuing a few new creative outlets including watercolor painting, gardening and putting together floral arrangements.

What’s your most used app?

I have two. Google maps – I’m directionally impaired and would literally be lost all the time without it. And Blossom – as a plant enthusiast it is my go-to plant care guide.