Amy was raised in Southwest Portland and attended Lincoln High School. She then traveled to southern California and attended Occidental College in Los Angeles. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology in 2006 and participated in NCAA DIII softball for the Tigers. She obtained her graduate degree from Western University of Health Sciences in 2009, earning a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Upon graduation, Amy returned to the Pacific Northwest and began her career as a physical therapist in 2009 at Therapeutic Associates – Beaverton Physical Therapy. In May 2012, Amy transitioned to her role of Director of Physical Therapy at the new Scholls location.
She currently lives in Beaverton with her husband and enjoys working on their home, gardening, playing with their dog, hiking, camping, and playing slow pitch softball.