Andy Yemma

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Andrew Yemma
Occupation Consultant
Location New York, NY USA
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Andy Yemma is a corporate communications and public relations expert who is currently a consultant. He was managing partner of Intermarket Communications, responsible for media services, account management and business development, from January 1998 to December 2013.[1]


Before joining Intermarket, Yemma was vice president for media relations at the New York Stock Exchange, working to emphasize the NYSE's increasingly global presence. Also, he was a senior executive at Chicago Mercantile Exchange where he was in charge of corporate communications.

Before moving into public relations, Yemma was a journalist for 15 years, as business editor of the Chicago Sun-Times and an editor and reporter at United Press International (UPI). While at UPI, he served as Midwest Division Editor, managing 100 reporters and editors across nine states.


Yemma has a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago and Bachelor in Journalism from the University of Texas (Austin). While at University of Texas, Yemma was editor-in-chief of the Daily Texan.


  1. Management. Intermarket Communications.
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