Community Partnerships Coordinator
Amy (she/her) is a former suburbanite who’s found solace in the rolling hills of rural Appalachia. As a Political Science major, her study of complex structures has inspired a journey to explore and support community-based food and environmental systems. She’s worked on farms and for farmer-support organizations throughout the Southeast and joined the Wild Abundance team in January 2018, where she dabbles in social media marketing, data management, communications, and community partnership building. Amy is a life-long learner who enjoys experimenting in the garden, growing and arranging cut flowers, anthropological studies, storytelling, hiking, and connecting with friends and family.