Based in Casper, Amy brings a background of environmental and adventure education to the Office of Outdoor Recreation. Amy attended Alaska Pacific University where she earned a degree in Outdoor Studies with an emphasis in Recreation Program Design and Leadership.
While in Alaska, Amy worked as an Interpretive Ranger for the National Park Service at the Alaska Public Lands Information Center. As an OREC Coordinator, Amy will manage and advise 3 Collaboratives - BBORC (Bighorn Basin Outdoor Recreation Collaborative serving Bighorn, Washaki and Hot Springs Counties), WRORC (Wind River Outdoor Recreation Collaborative serving Fremont County), and PCORC (Park County Outdoor Recreation Collaborative serving Park County). She will also be working to create new collaboratives around the state, alongside Brynn Hirschman, and to act as a representative for the Office of Outdoor Recreation in other recreation-based projects and events throughout the state.