Amy brings an impressive history of engagement with young Aboriginal people through her work in the not-for-profit sector, especially engaging with issues of social and emotional wellbeing.
Amy was awarded the Dubbo NAIDOC 2021 "Unity Better Together" Award for continuously advocating for support, accountability, and a more holistic approach from local services for the youth in her community.
Amy is currently studying for her Bachelor of Social Work and is working for the Department of Education with a focus on student and staff wellbeing and collaborative partnerships with student families and communities. She is widely known and highly respected in the NSW Far West Region and is a proud Aunty to her Barkandji niece and niece by marriage to the Wiradjuri people.
Amy comes to Malpa on the strong urging of respected Dubbo Elder Riverbank Frank Doolan and David Liddiard, OAM.