Zuckerman, the U.S. Small Business Administration's 2005
Home-Based Business Champion for Massachusetts/New
England and the first recipient of the ANSI President's
Award for Journalism, is a well known author, columnist
and consultant specializing in the mechanics of international
trade, including electronic commerce, supply chain
management, international standards and global communication.
She maintains an international market research and information packaging business in Amherst, Mass. -- A - Z International Associates -- and writes regularly for publications such as the "The New York Times," "Business 2.0, " "Journal of Commerce," "World Trade" and many others on both the geopolitical trends, and how-tos of standardization. She is the author of four business books, and has appeared in print in over 70 publications worldwide. She is often hired as a consultant to industry in the field of strategic standardization management. She is also founding principal of both the Technology Communication Group and Global Knowledge Productions. Amy Zuckerman is a leading authority on standards, technology and the supply chain as it is evolving into the supply network.
Zuckerman is the U.S.
Small Business Administration's 2005 Home-Based Business
Champion for Massachusetts/New England and was
the first to receive the new American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) President's Award for Journalism.
The honor is granted to journalists, editors or writers
who promote the cause of standards in an effort to
help the evolution of a just global economy.