After earning a degree in Biology and Environmental Science from the College of William and Mary, Amy served as an AmeriCorps member for three years, including one term performing education and outreach for the Mount Washington Observatory in New Hampshire. As VISTA Leader for the Appalachian Coal Country Watershed Team, she coordinated a team of 30 AmeriCorps members serving with community watershed associations throughout Appalachia. She attended graduate school at Clark University, where she earned a Master’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy, completing her thesis on collaboration between environmental nonprofit organizations. Amy also holds a Duke Certificate in Non-Profit Management. She joined as Director of AmeriCorps Project Conserve in 2008.

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