Amy Allen

Principal, Regional Marketing Director

  • Fort Lauderdale
  • 301 E Las Olas Boulevard
  • Suite 500
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 United States

With more than 25 years of experience in marketing and communications, Amy Allen joined Avison Young in July 2014 and is responsible for creating, communicating and implementing a strategic vision for Avison Young’s South region, including the execution of all key marketing initiatives, research and financial analytics, and coordinating internal and external communications. In addition, she plays a key role in assigning resources and creating customized strategies and marketing initiatives that provide results and ensure clients’ interests are always the focus.

Prior to joining Avison Young, Amy was a Manager of Key Accounts with the South Florida Business Journal where she created multi-platform strategic marketing plans for businesses in the health care, technology, education, professional services, commercial real estate and entrepreneurial sectors. During this time, Amy co-founded MedUTech a community-led initiative to showcase success, innovation and growth in Health Care, Education and Technology primarily in Boca Raton and brand the area as a center of excellence in these industries.

Prior to this, Amy was the founder of a successful management and consulting company based in London, working primarily in the music industry with a diverse list of clients including Madonna, Sting, kd lang, Bjork and Warner Brothers Records, and worked in locations all over the world including London’s West End, off-Broadway in New York, The Sydney Opera House, National Stadium New Delhi and Hollywood. She holds a Master’s Degree from the City University, London, and a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honors from the Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and is an All-Ireland champion in the Irish and Orchestral Harp.

Amy is committed to her community and involved in many economic and non-profit organizations.  Most recently she served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Junior Achievement of South Florida (2016-18), an organization that serves 55,000 kids every year and has an annual budget of $4.5million.