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Amy Gillett
Vice President of Education at the William Davidson Institute

Amy Gillett specializes in designing and delivering executive education programs, with a focus on the emerging markets. She has designed programs for many multinational companies, including ABB, US Steel, and Oracle. Additionally, she has designed programs in Entrepreneurship for clients including the US State Department and Goldman Sachs.

Gillett has previously served in the foreign service in Prague, Czech Republic as a Masaryk Fellow responsible for political and economic research. She has worked as a marketing executive at Hewlett-Packard and the Clorox Corporation. Her greatest professional distinction, however, is serving as Mad Magazine’s first-ever summer intern.

She holds an MBA from Cornell University where she attended as a Park Leadership Fellow, an MA in Russian and Eastern European Studies from Stanford University, and a BA in Slavic Languages & Literature from Stanford. Additionally, she holds certificates from the Pushkin Institute in Moscow and St. Petersburg State University in Russia. She is fluent in Russian and also speaks some Czech, French, and Spanish.

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