Having built a successful career in publishing/media sales, Amy decided to use her experience to give back and help non-profits generate needed funds to operate in a tough economy. Amy began her second career at City Parks Foundation in 2012, launching and running their corporate partnerships department. In this role, she helped NYC Parks to grow corporate revenues through sponsorships, corporate memberships and donations. She then moved on to do the same for Brooklyn Bridge Park. Amy came to Hudson River Park Friends in September of 2017 and heads up Corporate and Community Partnerships and the Volunteer Program.
Born and raised in the lovely beach community of Hollywood, Florida, Amy attended and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Florida State University.
Amy enjoys cooking and entertaining, gardening, listening to blues and all kinds of roots music, traveling and spending time on her family’s farm in Tennessee. She and her husband Ed are longtime residents of Brownstone Brooklyn.