President, serving on the Board since 2017
Amy grew up in Seattle and studied Public Policy at the University of Chicago. After graduation she put down roots in Homer to live near family. Over the last decade in Homer Amy has worked at the Farmer’s Market, as a substitute teacher, and a community organizer. She currently works at the Homer Port & Harbor as the Administrative Supervisor.
Throughout her life, Amy has recognized the impact that high-quality reproductive health care can make in the lives of people of all ages. She is proud to support KBFPC and the services they provide to the community. Their commitment to empowering community members through education and giving people the tools to advocate for themselves are all aspects that make KBFPC an invaluable community resource.