Amy has been involved in the legal industry for 20 years, working in various large law firms before taking a job with the Kentucky Attorney General’s office in 2012. There she served as a Paralegal/investigator. She worked in the Consumer Protection division on a variety of cases, but her main focus was on for-profit school industry. In 2019 when the attorney general became governor, she was asked by his staff to work for him as the assistant director of the Governor’s Mansion. Amy then joined NAAG in 2022.

Amy has a paralegal degree from Sullivan University. She was born and raised in Cromberg, CA and moved to Kentucky in 2000 because of her love of horses. She now lives in Anderson County on a 20 acre farm with her husband Joey, their dog Paisley and their horses. She loves NFL football and horseback riding and is a free-lance equine photographer for the farms and racetracks in Kentucky.