For more than 20 years, Amy has devoted her career to serving the business, legal and tax needs of the nonprofit community. Her varied background includes serving as a principal at a Big-4 accounting firm, an attorney with international law firms in Atlanta and New York, a public health consultant and a board member and officer of numerous charitable organizations.
Prior to joining Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta, Amy was a principal with Ernst & Young’s National Exempt Organization Tax Practice and served as the Southeast Area Leader and a member of the Practice’s national leadership team. She also spent several years in private law practice serving the legal needs of nonprofit organizations including large hospitals and health systems, colleges and universities, community foundations and other grant-making organizations, private foundations, state and local government entities, social clubs, credit unions and trade and agricultural associations.
Amy is a founding board member and chairs the Nominating and Governance Committee of It’s the Journey, Inc. (ITJ), which operates the Atlanta 2-day Walk for Breast Cancer and serves as the central networking hub for Georgia’s breast cancer community. Amy served as the Chair of ITJ’s board from 2005-2008 and has been a board member since 2002. She also recently served on the boards of Hillels of Georgia and the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta.
Amy graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a concentration in Health Care Management. She received her juris doctorate from Emory University School of Law, where she also graduated with honors. Amy is admitted to the Bar in the states of Georgia and New York.
She’s lived in Atlanta since 2001, enjoys hiking, cooking, travel, art, architecture and antiquing. She resides in Brookhaven with her husband, son and two dogs.