Amy is a retired International Project Manager, having worked and consulted in various industries from Steelmaking to Pharmaceuticals. In between all her travels, she has spent 44 years involved with a number of community theatres as a director, actor, producer, costumer, set designer, prop creator, dramaturg, and board member. Amy moved to New England in 1985 and her first theater production after moving here was in Nashoba Players' (known at the time as GLT, Groton-Littleton Theater) Exit the Body, as the famed writer Crane Hammond. She received an EMACT award for her three roles in GLT's production of Arthur Millers Depression-era anthology An American Clock. Recently she had the leading role in NP's production of A Country House.