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When not working or spending time with her family, Amber is diving into a new novel, volunteering in support of children’s literacy in underrepresented communities, or cheering on her beloved (and sometimes beleaguered) Mountaineers.

Amber Corrin
Account Director 

I spent years telling the stories of military technology as a reporter and editor; to be telling new DARPA stories from this vantage point is the opportunity of a lifetime. Spire has given me so much to work with and such a fantastic team of professional, smart and kind colleagues.

Amber has spent her career delivering consequential stories—including as a longtime national security journalist covering defense technology and policy, intelligence, cybersecurity, federal IT and government contracting/acquisition. During her journalism career, Amber served as the editor of Federal Times; she previously was the editor of C4ISRNET, after reporting for both publications and their sister outlets Defense News and Military Times. She’s also written for Federal Computer Week, GCN, Kiplinger’s, UPI and the Charleston Daily-Mail.

Prior to joining Spire, Amber served as PR director of content at Sage Communications, spearheading content strategy and development, overseeing the creation of impactful stories, and advising on the messages most meaningful to clients and their target audiences.

Outside of her day-to-day work, Amber serves as a mentor and is a proponent of diversity, equality and inclusion. She is an award-winning writer and editor and an honors graduate of West Virginia University, where she served as editor in chief of The Daily Athenaeum. She previously was a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellow at the National Press Foundation.