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"Amy helped Gloria Media get media coverage in the UK for the new newsletter The Evidence. We weren't expecting mainstream media coverage because The Evidence is a new project and a niche area of the media, but she landed nearly a whole page in the i paper and we rehired her to line up new collaborations."

Rebecca Amsellem, publisher Les Glorieuses

"The public outreach team at the Clean Clothes Campaign found the training with Amy very helpful, giving us a much-needed boost for what can be a challenging space to crack. The training was accessible to and beneficial for us all, those of us who had little experience of working with media but also those who had significant experience. Amy shared vital insights into approaching journalists, gave advice on specific topics we were trying to get coverage on, flagged outlets and platforms that were not on our radar, which we really appreciated. We are already seeing results from advice that Amy gave us!"
Priscilla Dudhia, public outreach and case strategy, Clean Clothes Campaign, Brussels

"Amy Fallon is an editor's dream." 
Megan Clement, former managing editor, Women's Advancement Deeply and Women & Girls Deeply, News Deeply.

"I had the privilege to work with Amy on the launch of the Goalkeepers Youth Action Accelerator. Her work is brilliant and thanks to all the promotion this opportunity attracted over 2,000 applications."
Elisa Novoa, formerly of CIVICUS international civil society group, South Africa.

"Amy combines a sensitive and deeply human approach to journalism with a hunger for the truth. She has placed op-eds for us putting unique focus on gender inequality in Africa, published by Al Jazeera, and has documented the systemic reasons for the boom in counterfeit drugs in Africa for an article written on our behalf for the Financial Times (FT)." 
Gavin Serkin, founder and managing editor, New Markets Media & Intelligence, London.

"Working with Amy  was great. Her work landed us international coverage in The Washington Post, ABC news (US), France 24, Radio France International (RFI), AFP,  AP, Globe and Mail, broadcaster DW in Germany, news agency Inter Press Service (IPS), national newspaper New Vision Uganda, and more. As a result we were contacted by numerous potential investors, customers and business partners who were very impressed by the reporting on Marula Proteen Uganda Limited and our different programmes." 
Philipp Straub, co-founder and chief technology officer, PROTEEN.

"Amy worked on a press release for Macadamia Conservation Trust (MCT) for an important story which received coverage across Australia (national news wire Australian Associated Press (AAP) and other print and online media) and around the world (the Daily Mail, South African macadamia industry journal. Amy wrote the release, supplied media contacts and gave tactical advice on sending it out. The media coverage helped raise the profile of Macadamia Jansenii at a critical time for attracting support for post-bushfire recovery efforts.
Denise Bond, executive officer, MCT, Australia. 

"Amy is a joy to work with. She's a top-notch professional, passionate about uncovering compelling stories, and has fantastic ideas and clean copy. Amy has written many rich and vibrant pieces for magazine OZY, where I was an assigning editor for several years. Amy writes well-researched and well-sourced pieces that are balanced, smart, and engaging - thought-provoking pieces that readers want to read and share."
Barbara Fletcher, former editor, OZY.

"Amy's writing has garnered exposure for our projects in news outlets around the world, including NPR, The Guardian, AFP, and others. She was the rare journalist to really understand our work, to dig deeper to get the key quotes, and to pursue projects to publication. She has a fearless, can-do attitude. You'd be lucky to know her, and even luckier to have her write about you." 
Paul Falzone, executive director at Peripheral Vision International (PVI).

"I had an idea for a story to pitch but I didn’t have an outlet for it. Amy was able to help me out and give me the contact details for an editor at an international publication. The story got published and I still work with the editor today. Thanks Amy!"
Tiare Tuuhia, freelance journalist, French Polynesia. 

"Amy was the first journalist to write international stories on AFRIpads for top-tier media in Australia, including the Daily Life Fairfax website in Australia, and Chatelaine magazine Canada. The stories led to increased visibility and opportunities. Amy continues to write about AFRIPads and menstrual health management (MHM) for global outlets and remains a champion in the campaign against period poverty all around the globe."
Sarah Sullivan, former marketing and communications lead, AFRIPads.

"I was struggling to get an article on menstrual hygiene published and I reached out to Amy. She whipped the article into shape, sent it out to her networks and it was syndicated by a news agency within 12 hours. Amy is such a professional. "
Ida Horner, chairperson of Let Them Help Themselves, London.

"Amy came on a media and branding trip for Endiro. During the week she created compelling and lively tweets and blew our Twitter up during our #behindthecup trip, which increased awareness of our brand and our stores and products in Africa and the US." 
Amon Mukisa, head barista & assistant brand manager at Endiro Coffee Uganda, CEO at Gather Now Network head barista & assistant brand manager. 

"Amy worked with me on the launch of a big piece of research for us. She has the ability to quickly understand the news value and translate this into a comprehensive media strategy and tools for global media outlets and national outlets. She provided strategic media handling advice and support to my colleagues across the organisation that has been greatly received. Thanks to her we were able to secure coverage in The Telegraph (UK), global news agency Thomson Reuters Foundation (TRF), and Radio France Internationale (RFI).
Nina Hoeve, former Communications Lead, Aidsfonds.

"Amy was a highly impressive journalist who was always very astute in immediately identifying the underlying crux of any story. Amy's articles did a great job of raising the profile of the Uganda refugee crisis, and was a strong advocate for the plight of refugees in Uganda. Never one to pull her punches, Amy often immediately identified the questions that were at the core of the issue."
Charlie Yaxley, former Uganda media and communications officer, UNHCR.