A native of the Harrisburg area, Amy Gulli began her journalism career in 1999 after graduating from Susquehanna University. She spent 17 years working in and running newsrooms across central Pennsylvania, serving in journalism roles from police reporter to managing editor. She has won a bevy of statewide journalism awards and is most proud of having led multiple newsroom teams to win Pennsylvania Newspaper of the Year honors.
In 2016, Gulli joined the public sector, working for five years in the press office at the Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor General as Director of Special Reports. There, she produced long-form whitepapers that addressed state spending on public policy issues that affected Pennsylvanians' lives, such as the state's backlog of untested rape kits and its struggling child-welfare system. In 2021, Gulli moved to Delaware, where she worked as Chief Deputy Auditor for the Delaware Office of Auditor of Accounts. She joined the Pennsylvania Department of State staff on April 4, 2022, as Director of Communications.
A storyteller at heart, Gulli enjoys educating the public about the vitally important resources state government provides and putting complex issues into simple, non-technical language.