A Wisconsin native, Amy was homeschooled K–12 along with her four younger siblings. She developed a passion for politics while involved in Generation Joshua in high school and eventually double majored in politics & government and criminal justice
at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee.
Upon graduation, Amy returned to Wisconsin where she worked as a field director for Americans for Prosperity. She later received her JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she served as president of the Federalist Society and articles editor
of the Wisconsin Law Review.
Now, at HSLDA, Amy serves as the contact attorney for 13 states.
Amy loves to travel, and, in addition to Wisconsin and Tennessee, has lived in Idaho, Colorado, England, Thailand, and now Virginia. When not at work, she can usually be found buried in a book (she averages over 300 a year), traveling, or making new friends.