Amy began her teaching career as a middle school ELA/Social Studies teacher in rural Louisiana for three years before expanding her impact as a founding teacher and assistant principal at a charter school in New Orleans. That school became a “Top Gains School” in its first year and continued to grow into a “B” school. She then moved to the Bay Area and worked as assistant principal and later principal of the top performing elementary school in its district. Amy earned her Bachelor’s Degree at The University of Alabama and is working on her Master’s in Education Leadership. She is delighted to come back home to serve the children of Washington County.