Amy Glynn is a Managing Partner of Viking Cove Institute (VCI) who oversees the development and deployment of VCI’s financial wellness business. In addition, she contributes to VCI’s other services ranging from CIT’s and product development to business consulting, conferences and training. Amy has played an active role on the in the retirement plan marketplace for over 20 years in corporate, entrepreneurial and volunteer capacities. Prior to joining VCI, Amy founded the Pension Resource Institute (PRI) along with John Simmers and Jason Roberts, a nationwide firm assisting broker/dealers with outsourced sales and compliance management systems. Amy has built out two hybrid Retirement Plan Consulting platforms at Calton & Associates in Tampa Florida and Commonwealth Financial Network in Waltham, MA. Other roles have included; managing Northeast Institutional Sales as VP of Sales at NY Life and helping them shift from a direct to an indirect model; CEO/Founder of the Women’s Executive Network – recognized as “Start Up of the Year” (2000), Women’s Business Journal; and Divisional Director of Retirement Sales at Smith Barney running the number one producing sales territory in the US for 5 consecutive years. A recognized thought leader, Amy has been frequently published, is active on the national speaking circuit. She has been nominated for 401kwires top 100 most influential people for 8 consecutive years, ranking #39 in 2010. She has volunteered for over a decade to NAPA, the Retirement Plan advisor’s largest advocacy group; from 2012 to 2014, she served on the NAPA 401(k) Summit Steering Committee; from 2015-2017, Amy was founding Co-Chair of NAPA Connect, a women’s advisor conference and is currently Founding Co-Chair of the NAPA NexGen Diversity Initiative. Amy is Past-President of the Women in Pension Network’s (WiPN) Board of Directors where she chaired the development of the National Mentoring Program from 2012-2014. Amy is a graduate of Colgate University with a B.A. in English, Philosophy & Religion and Women’s Studies.