Articles by AMAC, Andrew Mangione

Andy Mangione

Andy Mangione served as AMAC’s point person on Capitol Hill in 2012 through 2014. In 2013, he created and led a national grassroots outreach platform, the AMAC Action Delegate Program, establishing the foundation, structure and procedures for the program that today features hundreds of volunteer advocates throughout the United States.

As Senior Vice President for AMAC’s advocacy arm, AMAC Action, Andy leads outreach activity across the country and also represents the interests of the Association’s membership in Washington, DC.

Andy is very involved in charting the policy course for AMAC Action and the subsequent execution of legislative strategies. He also represents AMAC as a national spokesperson, frequently writes for all AMAC media and contributes to national online publications and other media.

Andy’s professional background encompasses progressive sales and marketing positions within the medical device, pharmaceutical and managed care sectors of the health care industry. He has worked for Fortune 100 companies Pfizer and Humana in addition to medical device manufacturers Invacare and Oticon.

Andy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Malone University and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Lake Erie College.

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Stopping Disney’s Extremists, Andy Mangione on Newsmax TV’s Reality Check with Dr. Sebastian Gorka

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Votes for Americans: A Look at Election Integrity in America

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Andy Mangione on The Mike Gallagher Show

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AMAC Action Releases Mid-Year Advocacy Report – Scores Multiple Legislative Victories with Huge Assist from AMAC Membership

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AMAC Army in Pennsylvania Answers the Call for Voter Reform – Governor Wolf Vetoes the Bill

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Fully Engaged AMAC Members Help to Defeat Democrats’ Takeover of Federal Elections – For Now