A noted expert on the computer market,
its products and dynamics, Mrs. Wohl has served as an expert witness and
legal consultant on many occasions.
Mrs. Wohl is Editor and Publisher of Amy
D. Wohl's Opinions, a weekly electronic newsletter. She previously edited
The TrendsLetter and The Wohl Report. She also maintains a weblog at http://amywohl.weblogger.com.
She is a columnist to VARBusiness magazine, a contributing editor to Spectrum
Middleware, and a frequent contributor to the trade and general business
press on the Internet, software, computing, computer trends, and technology.
Mrs. Wohl is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and seminars in
the U.S., Canada, Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia.
She is especially well known for her keynotes on the future.
She has served as a board member and advisor
to several corporations. Currently, she is a principal and advisor to
Interactive Intelligence, an Internet Consulting and Design firm, and
a member of the Board of Advisors of Bachow Investments. She also serves
as an advisor to a number of new technology start-ups.
Mrs. Wohl was series editor for SouthWestern
Publishing's OSRA Office Automation Curriculum textbook series and was co-author
of two of its volumes. She is a contributor to the Encyclopedia of Computer
Mrs. Wohl was named one of the top 100
Women in Computing in 1994. She was program chairman of the first Office
Automation Conference. She is past president of the Office Systems Research
Association and served on the board of Women in Information Processing.
She was the founding president of the Philadelphia Chapter of IWP. She
is a member of OSRA, ACM, SIGOA, and SIGPC. Mrs. Wohl is the recipient
of the Augusta Ada Lovelace Award from the Association of Women in Computing.
Mrs. Wohl received a B.A. in Economics
from LaSalle College and an M.A. in Economics from Temple University,
where she was an N.D.E.A. Doctoral Fellow. Mrs. Wohl currently teaches
in the Masters program in Organizational Dynamics at the University of
Pennsylvania. She has been a guest lecturer at many colleges and universities,
including the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Harvard
University, Oklahoma State University, Temple University, and the University
of California at Berkeley.