Amy is the Community Impact Manager at United Way. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Thompson Rivers University and while there, started working for United Way in 2010 as a co-op summer student.
The stories she heard from volunteers and agency staff changed her and she has been with United Way ever since. She left Kamloops to work for and learn from the team at United Way of Winnipeg for two years, but came home in 2015. With experience in managing the fundraising campaign and leading United Way’s community impact strategy, she has seen firsthand how the generosity of our donors can transform a life.
Amy has received the TRU Distinguished Alumni Award (2013) and Kamloops Business Magazine Top 10 under 40 Award (2013). We are lucky to have such a passionate person on our team.