Amy is a seasoned finance leader with a personal passion for observing and preserving natural resources and wildlife. She earned a Bachelors Degree in Business from Indiana University in 1993 and has held leadership positions in finance, banking and energy services. She’s excited to bring her skills to Wolf Hollow.
Amy first fell in love with the San Juan Islands while visiting in 2001, and became a full time resident of Orcas Island in 2009. She recently served as the Manager of Member Services and Energy Savings at OPALCO, where she most enjoyed working one on one with members, students, and businesses to explore ways to conserve energy resources. Amy has a long history of volunteering and fundraising at a number of schools, and was an exhibit interpreter at the Seattle Aquarium. She has served on the boards of Salmonberry School and the Friends of Moran on Orcas Island.
Amy moved from Orcas to San Juan Island in 2015 with her husband and daughter. Together, they enjoy kayaking, bird watching, and exploring the many beautiful trails and parks in San Juan and surrounding counties.