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Amelia Huntington

Amelia Huntington

Amelia (Amy) Huntington currently serves as President of Philips Lighting Americas, where she leads all commercial, channel and marketing activities throughout North, South and Central America. In this role, Ms. Huntington has responsibility for the complete portfolio of Philips Lighting professional and consumer products systems and services and is driving transformation in the market with an expanded focus on connected lighting systems.

Ms. Huntington has extensive global business experience and a successful track record working across functions and businesses to drive strategic and transformational initiatives. She joined Philips in April 2013 after a 22 year career with Schneider Electric where she held a variety of senior roles including responsibility for global strategic account development. Most recently she held the position of Chief Operating Officer, North America where she managed the consolidated P&L for the region, including direct accountability for Schneider Electric's presence and performance in Canada, the US, and Mexico.

Ms. Huntington has and continues to be actively involved with several civic organizations and Boards including the American Heart Association where she was the 2010 recipient of the "Woman with Heart" award honoring her ongoing commitment to AHA's Go Red for Women campaign and chairmanship of the first campaign to exceed $1,000,000. She is an active participant in The Committee of 200 and The Chicago Network.

Ms. Huntington holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Management / Industrial Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Management, both from Purdue University. She was the 2008 recipient of the distinguished alumni award from Purdue University and has served Purdue as a member of the Krannert School Dean's Advisory Council and has participated as a guest lecturer in the school's Executive Forum.

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