Amy B. Goldsmith is a partner at Tarter, Krinsky & Drogin. She not only provides practical legal advice and connections to grow clients’ businesses, she also loves to discuss and write about intellectual property. Amy is director and officer of the New York Women’s Bar Association, a member of the American Bar Association and the International Trademark Association (INTA) and is on the Board of Directors of Savvy Ladies, a non-profit whose mission is to educate women to be financially savvy.
Her professional passion and a drive for excellence have marked Amy’s five years as a Vistage NYC Trusted Advisor. She participates with enthusiasm and consistency and embodies the Vistage value to have a passion for learning. It has been an honor to see such an accomplished member grow over the past five years and learn from her wisdom and experience.
Vistage Trusted Advisors not only help their peers but are also a resource for Vistage CEOs in New York who may want a second opinion or to to gain fresh perspectives, solve problems, and focus on opportunities.
Amy was generous enough to share some thoughts for other CEO’s in Vistage or those considering a CEO peer group:
“Regularly attending the meetings and triads is only the first step. The key lesson Vistage is teaching me is how to listen and focus. Listening and focusing helps me to incorporate the lessons I’m learning into my daily work and personal lives. My Vistage lessons include asking questions of my family, colleagues and clients: not only “are you satisfied?” but “what else may I do to help you? How can I improve our relationship?” Often, people are afraid to ask a question that may have a negative response. But Vistage has taught me to embrace that potential and learn from it.”
Thank you, Amy. We look forward to the next five years of growth and development!