Amy brings an impressive history of engagement with young Aboriginal people especially engaging with issues of social and emotional well-being. She is Community & Youth Engagement Coordinator at a youth mental health foundation in Dubbo following many years in the not-for-profit sector.
Amy is Chair of the Dubbo Youth Interagency and Vice-Chair of the Winya Walu-Win Suicide Prevention Network as well as many other key local organisations.
Amy 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. She has an Advanced Diploma in Life Coaching and a Cert IV in Business. Amy is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Community Resilience and Leadership through Charles Sturt University.
Amy comes to Malpa on the strong urging of respected Dubbo Elder Riverbank Frank Doolan and David Liddiard, OAM.