Amy began her work in the nonprofit sector 16 years ago upon the passing of her mom, Linda, to cancer. It was in those very early days that Amy became intimately acquainted with the fragility of the human experience, and all days since, she has worked to build a meaningful life for herself and others.
“For me, one of the most important things I do to cultivate a joyful life is to be in the company of helpers – and in the nonprofit space, I get to work with the best of the best. My goal is to make life better for people – plain and simple – and to support the vision of my Board of Directors through the most cost-effective, person-centered strategic initiatives available. The 39 million people living with migraine in the United States deserve to live a beautiful life – and that’s what we’re on a mission to achieve.”