Amy serves as the Chair of the Hunterdon Safe Communities Coalition. She is a results-oriented team leader, focused on achieving data-driven community level change. She is an expert in cutting edge prevention strategies, data analytics, and case management. Graduated Cum Laude from Rutgers University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Political Science. She is a Certified Disaster Response Crisis Counselor, and working toward her CPS (Certified Prevention Specialist). She is also currently enrolled at Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology. Amy has been a passionate volunteer turned employee with this agency since 2009. Her greatest passions are routed in altruism and philanthropy. She enjoys hiking, painting, and spending time with loved ones.