Amy received her Bachelor of Arts from Syracuse University and her Juris Doctor from Boston University. She worked as an attorney in a general practice in Hartford for several years before taking a position as a full-time parent caring for her three children. She is committed to volunteering in her community, served as co-board chair of Horizons at The Ethel Walker School, is involved in local politics, and serves on a mental health board. Amy was the president of The Ethel Walker School Parent Association and served on the School’s board of trustees when her daughters Georgia ’16, and Holly ’18 were students at Walker’s. Her work in the admission office has been a seamless transition due to her deep affection for Walker’s and her involvement over the years.
Amy lives in Avon with her family.
What is your favorite Walker’s tradition?
Dogswood Day is my favorite Walker’s tradition. I love that the whole day is centered around the girls having fun.
If you were to give advice to an incoming Walker’s student, what would it be?
I would advise an incoming Walker’s student to get involved and to try everything.
What other role(s) do you hold on campus?