Amy is a graphic designer with over ten years of experience in both digital and print. Her career has focused on designing for non-profit, advocacy, and government clients – including Peace Corps, United Way Worldwide, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, People For the American Way, and Doctors Without Borders. She also held a Fellowship in the Oregon Elections Divisions redesigning election materials for a more improved user experience, and is an advocate for election design reform. She grew up moving around between the US and Europe, and holds a Master’s degree in Graphic Design from SCAD-Atlanta as well as a Bachelor’s from Emory University.
Outside of work, Amy enjoys watching baseball, listening to podcasts, volunteering at local animal shelters, sewing clothes, and getting outside to hike whenever possible.