Amy Todd Middleton ’93
Senior Vice President,
Global Strategic Marketing, Sotheby’s
Todd Middleton began her career at Sotheby’s in 1993. Early on, she played an instrumental role in many of Sotheby’s pivotal single-owner sales, such as the Duchess of Windsor sale, the estate of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the estate of Pamela Harriman, the estate of John Hay and Betsey Cushing Whitney, and the Barry Halper collection of baseball memorabilia.
After a brief departure to pursue an opportunity in the world of consulting, Todd Middleton returned to Sotheby’s in 1996 to work on special projects in the managing director’s office. Over the last 16 years, she has held roles as the head of international client services, director of online auctions for jewelry, director of special events and sponsorship marketing, and director of North American marketing. She became the worldwide director of strategic marketing in 2008, a role in which she continues to serve.
After graduating from Denison, Todd Middleton pursued graduate studies in journalism at New York University. She is involved with many philanthropic organizations, serving as a patron for The New York Botanical Garden and as a board member of the Sylvia Center, a program that inspires young people to discover good nutrition.