Amy Doyle is a licensed attorney and member of The Iowa State Bar Association, who has called Des Moines home for the past 16 years. As an attorney, Amy has practiced law in a wide variety of fields over the past decade. She began her career in private practice with Iowa’s only consumer protection law firm and then later joined the Principal Financial Group, where she focused on corporate securities law compliance. She then moved to Aviva, an international insurer, where she expanded her skillset by working on fraud, anti-money laundering and privacy law. When Aviva went through an ownership change, Amy decided to leave corporate law and utilize her talents in the non-profit sector. She took a leadership position at EMBARC, Iowa's only Ethnic Community Based Organization (ECBO) where she specialized in immigration law and helped build operational efficiencies into the organization’s program development initiatives. Amy’s broad foundation in various fields of law gives her significant experience in evaluating diverse issues and providing counsel on how best to manage risk and navigate within complex legal and regulatory environments. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from Iowa State University and a J.D. from Drake Law School.
Amy is the CEO of Emory Dry Ice, a dry ice blasting services start-up headquartered in Des Moines, IA. Dry ice blasting is a new, environmentally-friendly cleaning technology, capable of incredible range and precision, that creates zero secondary waste, unlike traditional media blasting options. Emory is proud to be 66.75% women-owned, and a Certified Women-Owned Small Business.
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