• Persistence. Dedication. Service.

    I have dedicated my life to service, first as a Peace Corps volunteer, then as a middle school teacher, and eventually as a school board member and mother of three. I grew up on a dairy farm and am a first-generation college graduate. Throughout my life, I have learned the importance of being persistent in the face of obstacles and commitment to getting the job done.

    Meet Amy
  • Get to Know Amy

    A lifetime of hard work has shaped Amy’s commitment to her community.

    Proud Parent

    Amy and her husband, Aaron, live in Albemarle County along with their children, Hannah, Adam, and Henry.

    Rural Roots

    Amy grew up as one of eight children on a dairy farm and is a first-generation college graduate.

    Dedicated Teacher

    Amy has devoted her career to education — teaching in communities as close as Louisa County and as far away as Jamaica.

    Tireless Advocate

    Amy founded Virginia’s List in 2014 to support Democratic women running for state office.

    Our district includes urban, rural, and suburban communities. Even with our differences, we all agree on what matters: access to high-quality affordable healthcare, education, and job opportunities. Everyone deserves a seat at the table, and I am running to be an advocate for the people of the 17th district and to ensure their voices are heard in Richmond.

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