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Amye Kurson was raised in Brookline, Mass. Her family, including
her two brothers, resides in the Boston area. She attended Beaver
Country Day School and then went to Union College, graduating with
a degree in psychology. After college Amye moved to New York to
pursue a career in advertising. She was a media buyer at J. Walter
Thompson for several years before returning to Boston, where she
became Director of National Broadcast Media at Mullen
While at Mullen, Amye, who is an avid golfer, recognized a void
in women's golf accessories. That is what convinced her to forgo
her advertising career to form her own company for women's active
clothing. Based in Brookline, 'Amy and Lulu' has found a very
stable niche in the sporting goods market since its inception in
2003, and has expanded into a more complete line of fashionable
accessories for an active life style.
Amye has been involved with the Big Sister Foundation of Greater
Boston, where she co-chaired the Celebrity Chef event for two
years. Looking to expand her community involvement along with much
positive input from family and friends, Amye became a member of the
Friends of Dana-Farber. She enthusiastically looks forward to her
involvement with the Friends and in sharing her expertise and
energy in upcoming projects.
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