Amy is an experienced Career Services Leader with demonstrated history building innovative and forward thinking career focused programming for the educational ecosystem. She specializes in developing, evaluating and implementing career programming into K-12 and higher education ecosystems, providing students with in-depth career pathway investigation and career readiness instruction.
Amy has always been passionate about helping others find their own career pathway that sparked a sense of purpose and gratification. She often thinks back to the struggles she had growing up with a lack of career guidance and what it took to finally find her career. After herself stumbling though changing majors three times and enrolling in two colleges prior to graduating, she was dedicated and determined to help students find a better path, a guided path, an informed path.
Amy recently built a 28 week customized curriculum that was embedded into Senior Level English high schools with a focus on weekly classroom instruction as well as quarterly individual career coaching sessions with a coach. The program was designed around both Career Exploration and Career Readiness concepts to help students explore potential career pathways, as well as develop a plan to get there. Topics include college research based upon individual, networking opportunities and well as career outcomes.
Amy is originally from Wisconsin, earning a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus in Communication from Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She holds a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) Certification, is a Certified Career Services Provider (CCSP) as well as a Global Career Development Facilitator Instructor.
Outside of work, Amy is an active member of the Animal Defense League of Texas in San Antonio and enjoys spending time with her amazing family, spending time outside, running, hiking, biking or just playing on the swing set.