Amy is the program manager for the Child Welfare Training Collaborative. Amy has had the privilege of serving in the child welfare community for over 21 years. Her experience includes her work at Bibb County Department of Family and Children as a Foster Care and Family Preservation Case Manager, First Steps and Healthy Families Coordinator, Parenting Instructor and Training Supervisor. Her work at the Division of Family and Children Services State Office in the Education and Training Social Services Unit included coordinating the Professional Excellence Training Program, working with the IV-E Educational Program and special projects as well as supervising training and development staff.
Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Service Learning from Mercer University and a Master of Public Administration degree from Georgia College and State University.