Re-elected to Council in November 2014, Amy
will serve on the Town Council until November of 2018. She is committed to
implementing wise budget solutions focused on long-term revenue and expenditure
levels that will allow Parker citizens to continue living in a safe, healthy
and vibrant community. Her goal is to promote a daytime economy, while
strengthening relationships to retain existing businesses and attract new
business. She is passionate about encouraging the growth of cultural,
historical and educational opportunities in Parker. Amy is active in the
community and provides a comfortable setting for citizens to discuss their concerns
and needs with her in person.
Amy is a native Coloradoan, but relocated to the Washington
D.C./Northern Virginia area with her family when she was 12 years old. She
returned to Colorado with her family in 1993 and they have lived in the Clarke
Farms subdivision since 2000.
Amy currently focuses her attention on the several committees,
commissions and Boards she serves on as a Councilwoman. Amy attended Radford
University, where she studied Psychology and Art History, and has a compiled a
very diverse background consisting of financial, healthcare, construction,
business development, marketing and small business/franchise experience.
An extremely active community volunteer, Amy has been a huge
supporter of Homes for Our Troops and has been involved with the Southeast
Community Outreach (SECOR) and Parker Task Force organizations to help provide
and other support services to assist those in need. Amy has worked with the
Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) on the Denver/Baghdad Partnership
of Peace and was the Co-founder and President of Sister Cities of Parker. She
formerly served as a School Advisory Council and District Accountability
Committee representative for the Douglas County School District, assistant
soccer coach volunteer for Parker Recreation, Habitat for Humanity volunteer
and Avon Breast Cancer 3 Day Walk Crew Member Coordinator. Amy was also
selected as the Rotarian of the Year in 2008.
Amy and her family enjoy outdoor activities,
live music, attending sporting events, traveling and volunteering together. In
her spare time, Amy also enjoys photography, painting, sculpture, hiking,
landscaping and gardening.