Amy has been in Television News since 1994. An award-winning Journalist, she graduated from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.
Her career started before graduation as the morning anchor for WCFT. From there she worked her way through Alabama, making stops in Montgomery where she was a political reporter and evening anchor for the ABC Affiliate. Amy landed in Cape Girardeau, Missouri where she was hired at the flagship, number one station, KFVS. She worked there as a health reporter and then advanced to the Morning Anchor.
In 1999 she was hired at WREG in Memphis. What was supposed to be a stop on the map in her career turned out to be home. Amy met her husband at the “Station on the river,” and went on to have a successful career with all 4 TV stations in Memphis including WREG, WMC-TV, ABC 24, and WHBQ, Fox 13, which is rare in one television market.
She is the Development and Communications Manager for the Salvation Army of Memphis and the Midsouth. She also does freelance work at WREG and writes monthly articles for Inside Hope, a digital publication designed to connect members within the mega church and enhance relationships.
She is most proud of her relationship with Jesus, her children, and her time dedicated to helping others battling addiction. She recently celebrated 10 years of sobriety and is quick to give God the Glory for everything in her life including her recovery. Amy and her husband live in Collierville where they are raising their 3 girls and rescue dogs. They have been at Hope Church for 17 years and are proud to call Hope their “home.”