Why You Want Amy For Your Event
- A licensed Wisconsin attorney, Amy is well-versed in the homeschool laws of over a dozen states.
- She has a juris doctorate from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
- She was homeschooled K-12 and loves sharing about the experience.
Amy requests reimbursement for travel and hotel expenses.
9 Ways Generation Joshua Equipped Me as A Political Advocate
Looking for ways to engage your student in the political process, but don't know where to start? Generation Joshua, HSLDA's offshoot for youth engagement, assists parents in raising up the next generation of Christian leaders and citizens
by equipping them to positively influence the political processes of today and tomorrow. As an HSLDA attorney and GenJ alumna, Amy will share how GenJ empowers through relationships and how it will inspire your student to engage in the
The View from the Back Seat: Perspectives of a Homeschool Grad
No one understands the good, the bad, and the ugly of homeschooling like a homeschool grad. Amy saw the trials and benefits firsthand. She'll discuss what worked (and what didn't), and why, in the end, she is so grateful her parents chose
to homeschool her K-12.
Dealing with an Official at Your Door - a Step by Step Guide
The moment every parent dreads: a social worker knocks on your door. What do you do? Knowing beforehand how to respond can mean the difference between quickly resolving a CPS investigation and being subjected to the difficulty of an unnecessary,
potentially traumatic experience. During this talk, Amy will equip you with an easy-to-understand explanation of the 4th Amendment, preemptive strategies, and instructions for how to respond if an official shows up at your door.
What Does the Future Hold for Homeschool Freedom?
Between a worldwide pandemic and a new administration, the face of homeschooling looks dramatically different than it did even a year ago. Amy will talk through what you should expect for homeschooling freedom and why there are so many reasons