Marjorie Dufek is president of Amiga Marketing LLC, a marketing consulting firm. She volunteers as the North Carolina coordinator for The Concord Coalition, among other public policy activities. She has been a supporter of Concord since its founding in 1992. From 1992 to 1998, she volunteered as the Kentucky state coordinator.
In 2017 Dufek retired from Brown-Forman Corporation, where she was director, digital marketing. She had previously held a wide range of management positions at Brown-Forman. She led the development of global digital strategy as part of the corporation’s Digital Marketing team.
She led the Jack Daniel’s digital team from 2008 to 2012, and then led the development of enterprise-wide digital marketing strategies, focused on global web presence, ecommerce, digital advertising, and consumer relationship marketing. Prior to Brown-Forman, Dufek held management positions in biotech, direct marketing and heavy manufacturing industries.
The Concord Coalition is a respected non-partisan source of information on the risks and consequences of a growing federal debt and unsustainable fiscal policies. We work around the country educating, engaging and empowering citizens to take action as fiscal lookouts. Concord presents budget exercises, forums and other educational programs, and engages volunteers to provide factual information and facilitate discussions in their communities, encourage local media coverage, and press elected officials to support budget reforms.