Amy is an MC, public speaker and financial services executive based in Dubai. Growing up in Northern California’s wine region she speaks American English with a west coast flair. She has been involved in performance and public speaking since her childhood and participated at the high school and university level in speech and debate, winning numerous awards and competing in state and national tournaments. Amy’s professional roles have required the ability to deliver complex but compelling presentations to large groups. This year alone Amy has MCed conferences in Dubai for the Federal Authority of Government Human Resources and Mondial Dubai LLC where she has worked alongside companies such as Fidelity International, Zurich International, Emirates NBD Asset Management, Quilter Cheviot, Russel Investments, Mercer, EY, Willis Towers Watson, Oracle, Society for Human Resources Management, SAP, Boeing, Cisco, ENOC to name a few. Amy began her professional career at Merrill Lynch in International Wealth Management where she worked with individuals and corporations to structure assets and manage benefits solutions. She went on to work for STM Group where she was Business Development Director for the Middle East, India and Cyprus. In her role at STM she distributed pension, trust and life products in the region. Amy is currently Head of Corporate Consultancy Services at Mondial Dubai, one of the UAE’s premier financial consultancy providers, where she builds and implements plans for companies looking to offer their employees enhanced benefits packages. In her spare time, Amy is a professional MC and hobby stand-up comedian.
In The News
Produced, wrote and acted in the commercial for 1st Workers Incentives and End of Service Benefits Conference.
Amy Curlee, WIEOSB’s Senior Adviser at Mondial (Dubai) LLC the said: “The whole field of employee benefits needs to be thrown into flux to attract a different kind of employee for the 4th Industrial Revolution” continues Curlee, “what worked for the employees who constructed the buildings in the first place will not work for the employees who will work on the ideas, the technology, and the innovation which now needs to come out of those buildings”.
Curlee added: “It’s a sentiment which has attracted the patronage for the seminar of the Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR). “FAHR is one of the leading authorities on the subject of HR capital and its evolution in the region, we are privileged to be working with this highly thought of Authoritative Voice on employee benefits”.
Appeared in local news coverage on The 1st Workers Incentives and End of Service Benefits Conference.