Amy began her journey with North Shore CDC in September of 2018, volunteering with the Development and Marketing department. In 2022 she joined the staff as the Development Assistant, a position created for her whose responsibilities include development/donor data management, special events support, and general support of NSCDC’s mission. Amy’s history with the Point neighborhood in Salem, however, begins long before her involvement with NSCDC. Her childhood home was 58 Perkins Street! Although her family eventually moved to a different part of Salem, the community and its influence never stopped being a part of her life. Amy graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a B.A. in International Relations and Latin American Studies. In her spare time, she enjoys cultivating her vegetable garden (a Topsfield Fair Blue Ribbon winner!) and visiting National Parks with her husband, Matt, and their three teenage kids.