Born and raised in northeastern Ohio, Amy attended Case Western Reserve University. She began her Alpha Chi career as a “centennial” pledge in the fall of 1985 in Zeta Upsilon chapter. She served as pledge class president, a standards board member, and social chairman during her collegiate years. Outside of Alpha Chi, Amy was active in Panhellenic and student government and was elected and served as president of the latter in 1988.
As an alumna, Amy served as Pledge/New Member Advisor to ZY and then as their Chapter Advisor from 1991-95. They were exciting times as the chapter moved into their first and current house, celebrated their 10th anniversary, won the AXO National Trophy and the national award for the best advisory board. Amy was active in Gamma Omicron Gamma alumnae chapter as well.
Amy moved to Tallahassee in 2002 along with their now 12-year-old son, Thomas. Zeta Upsilon celebrated its 20th anniversary in September 2003 and Amy had such a good time helping plan the reunion that she volunteered to join the Beta Eta advisory board, where she serves as Fraternity Relations Advisor. She co-chaired the planning for Beta Eta’s 75th and 80th Anniversary celebrations, as well as Zeta Upsilon’s 25th. She is President of the Tallahassee alumnae group, Epsilon Tau Epsilon, and the ZY virtual alumnae chapter, Mu Tau Mu.
While the above paragraphs list Amy’s “official service” to Alpha Chi Omega, the countless hours she has committed to the Beta Eta collegiate chapter and the alumnae do not go unnoticed, we are are lucky to have Amy as an honorary Beta Eta.