June 8, 2021

How this Mom turned a Pain Point into a Physical Product Ep. 21


Amy Fazackerley is CEO and Co-Founder of Lay-n-Go, LLC. The company designs and manufactures innovative organizational solutions for life, play, and travel. Amy has been awarded three U.S. Utility Patents on her invention and distributes her products to leading retail companies domestically and internationally. Amy graduated with a B.A. in Communications from Denison University in 1993 and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University in 2000. Amy has served as a Board of Regents member for Mercersburg Academy (’89) as well as an Advisory Council member of the Friends of the Libraries at Johns Hopkins University (’00). Amy started her career as the Marketing Director for Digital Paper Corporation, a privately held software company. She went on to work for Episcopal High School, as Director of Special Gifts, where she executed strategic multi-million dollar fundraising programs to build the Ainslie Arts Center and Baker Science Center. As a women-owned business, Amy has been featured on national TV shows like MSNBC’s Your Business, Fox and Friends, and Good Morning America. She is also a qualified guest host for QVC and is very active with both Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and Women Presidents' Organization (WPO). Amy and her husband, Adam, both serve on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, the Syracuse University Library Advisory Board, and live in Alexandria, VA with their three sons.

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Amy Fazackerley

CEO, Co-Founder

Amy Fazackerley is CEO and Co-Founder of Lay-n-Go, LLC. The company designs and manufactures innovative organizational solutions for life, play, and travel. Amy has been awarded three U.S. Utility Patents on her invention and distributes her products to leading retail companies domestically and internationally. Amy graduated with a B.A. in Communications from Denison University in 1993 and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University in 2000. Amy has served as a Board of Regents member for Mercersburg Academy (’89) as well as an Advisory Council member of the Friends of the Libraries at Johns Hopkins University (’00). Amy started her career as the Marketing Director for Digital Paper Corporation, a privately held software company. She went on to work for Episcopal High School, as Director of Special Gifts, where she executed strategic multi-million dollar fundraising programs to build the Ainslie Arts Center and Baker Science Center. As a women-owned business, Amy has been featured on national TV shows like MSNBC’s Your Business, Fox and Friends, and Good Morning America. She is also a qualified guest host for QVC and is very active with both Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and Women Presidents' Organization (WPO). Amy and her husband, Adam, both serve on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Council, the Syracuse University Library Advisory Board, and live in Alexandria, VA with their three sons.