Amy Kramer

Amy Kramer joins Ostroff with over 20 years of experience in government, corporate and association management, focusing on technology, financial services, and community investment.

Previous to joining Ostroff Associates, Kramer was President -AT&T New York, where she led the company’s external and public affairs as well as regulatory and legislative agendas, strategic communications, sponsorship and foundation activities within the state of New York. In holding the top state legislative affairs position in New York State for 12 years, Kramer was responsible for developing strategies and plans for achieving AT&T’s legislative and community investment objectives, and led outreach to key elected officials and policymakers in the state to disseminate the company’s perspective on a range of issues. In addition, Kramer ensured that AT&T’s New York customers and public officials were always afforded the best possible service and partnership in the telecommunications and technology industries.

Prior to AT&T, Kramer was vice president, government affairs, at the Credit Union Association of New York, where for ten years she directed the organization’s political and grassroots programs, and led the association achieve its legislative goals in New York and Washington, DC. In 1999, Kramer won a New York State Senate Graduate Fellowship, and served as a fellow and later as Legislative Coordinator.

Kramer serves as Advocacy and Governmental Affairs Committee Chair for the New York State March of Dimes, Board Member for St. Catherine’s Center for Children, a member of the New York Donate Life! Strategic Partnership Workgroup, and leads the St. Pius X Church Children’s Liturgy ministry. Kramer is a previous Board Member of the Business Council of New York State. Kramer was named a 2009 Capitol “40 under 40” Rising Star, “Albany’s Next Generation of Political Leaders.”

Kramer has a Master of Arts degree in public history from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Minnesota.