New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community
Mom, Athlete, Friend & Neighbor!
Lawyer for children's rights
A Colorado native and CU Graduate!
She and her husband, Michael, have two children who are the fourth generation of CU graduates from her family
Amy is a proud Buff and graduate of CU Boulder with a B.A. in International Affairs.
She continued her education in law earning her juris doctor from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver.
She is an active community volunteer and leader
serving on numerous non-profit boards, including
the Montessori School of Denver (vice-chair),
Team Summit (secretary),
and Anchor Center for Blind Children (first vice-president).
Amy is a public servant at heart and has had a fulfilling career in the field of child protection advocating for abused and neglected children.
She has served as
a law clerk for the Honorable Dana Wakefield in the Denver Juvenile Court,
was executive director of Denver CASA,
was the dependency or neglect family court facilitator in the First Judicial District (Jefferson and Gilpin Counties),
and is currently a senior assistant city and county attorney in Broomfield.
She has been integrally involved throughout her legal career with the mental health issues of children and youth who have suffered adverse childhood experiences or are otherwise in difficult circumstances.