Amber Coleman-Mortley

Amber Coleman-Mortley
Amber Coleman-Mortley
Director, Program Development/Partnerships
The Female Quotient
Amber Coleman-Mortley is currently the Director of Program Development and Partnership at the Female Quotient. In her role, she supports the organization in the work to bring equality to the workplace. She spent a little under a decade at iCivics, building a trusted consumer base on social media; expanding and diversifying the Educator Network; and establishing the Equity in Civics Youth Fellowship where she bought students together from rural, urban and suburban environments, resulting in a listening tour of over 5,000 student responses on how to make civics equitable and relatable to kids. She holds a B.A. in African American Studies from Oberlin College and an M.A. from American University in Media Entrepreneurship. A decorated three-sport varsity athlete, Amber continued her athletic passion as a P.E./Health teacher and varsity head coach at Sidwell Friends School for nine years. Amber covers civics, K12 education, edtech, and family life at Mom Of All Capes and on her podcast with her daughters, Let’s K12 Better. She has been featured in the LA Times, NY Times, The Washington Post, Smithsonian Magazine, and a variety of other broadcast, podcast, and online media outlets.

Speaking in:

Tuesday
January 18
12:00 pm12:30 pm
Special Events Hall, Level 1, FQ Equality Lounge
There is no “one-size-fits-all” solution when it comes to brand loyalty — people from different demographics respond in many ways. Why is that? In this conversation, we discuss why understanding different age groups is key to building brand loyalty.