Amy is a social justice advocate. She strives to be a locavore and delights in climbing coconut trees and sharing food from her garden. Amy is continually inspired by TPP applicants and is honored to collaborate with the Matungu Community Development Charity, in rural western Kenya, to plan public health and community empowerment programs.
Amy has a Master’s in Public Health, focusing on Health Policy and Management, a BA in Anthropology, a minor in Occupational Safety & Health and is a licensed massage therapist. She passionately teaches introductory massage therapy courses at Kalani Honua, in Puna and provides medical massage for Big Island residents and guests.