Amber Guild


T Brand, The New York Times


Amber has worked within the industry for over two decades. From helping historically traditional agencies build brands and business for their clients, to helping independent digital and design-focused agencies deliver double-digit growth.

Amber believes none of this is possible unless you have strong, diverse teams and has been an advocate of systemic change in the workplace. She has worked to set tangible business goals to increase the hiring and retention of women and people of color, changed benefits and leave policies, and created opportunities for exposure to the creative field for working class and low-income youth.

Amber was named Ad Age’s 2016 “Women to Watch”, serves on the board of The North Star Fund which funds social justice organizations, and is co-founder of On Behalf, a parents and educators group working to raise a generation of children without hurtful bias.