Luncheon - Speaker

  • 17 Apr 2013
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • 8550 Memorial Drive
Terri AmmermanLuncheon Meeting
(members only and invited guests)

Terri Ammermann, President & CEO, The Ammermann Experience. 

"THE MEDIA MINEFIELD:  How to Manage Today’s Reporters"

As the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Ammerman Experience, Terri Ammerman believes in helping people and organizations tell their stories in a compelling way that ultimately influences change.

Terri became a guiding force when she joined the company in 1981.  She became CEO in 2007.  Over the years, The Ammerman Experience has thrived under Terri’s leadership.  She provides strategic counsel, communications advice and training for clients around the world, including several of the world’s largest energy companies.  Terri is also an accomplished public speaker.  She has traveled internationally and spoken to numerous groups, such as The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Texas Counsel for School Women Executives and as a guest lecturer at

Rice University. 

With a solid base of companies in the

United States , The Ammerman Experience has expanded its scope to assist organizations in more than 40 countries. Top executives of Fortune 500 companies, energy companies, nuclear power plants, major food manufacturers and major retailers turn to Terri and The Ammerman Experience to achieve the ultimate result of communicating effectively in today’s global marketplace.

Terri studied Communications at the

University of Houston.  She is recognized by Who’s Who of American Women and Who’s Who of Women in the Media. She serves on the board of Goodwill Industries Houston, is very active in her church and volunteers her time to mentor young women, helping them to look, sound and feel confident.          




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9950 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77024


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