From a young age, Amy could always be found trying to figure out exactly how things worked. She attended every camp or workshop she could to learn about everything and anything. From studying abroad (at the age of 10, mind you) and participating in Girl Scouts to attending Zoo School and being involved in school clubs, she wanted a piece of it all.
Eventually, Amy took this passion for knowledge with her to the University of Tulsa where she studied Computer Information Systems and Spanish. From there, she dove headfirst into the networking world, which eventually brought her to InterWorks as an IT Systems Engineer.
Amy doesn’t confine her passion for learning only to working hours. As a collector of hobbies—we’re talking over 30 activities and interests—her desire to learn has her all over the place. Rockhounding, powerlifting, dog training, photography, camping, volunteering, traveling … the list goes on. Most of her time is spent seeing what kind of chaos she can stir up with her two dogs, Mango and Bluebell, and her husband, Josh. You can usually find her at the local coffee shop or brewery asking a never-ending slew of questions, always looking to add to her knowledge stores.