is originally from Ann Arbor, where she earned bachelors’ degrees in math and physics at the University of Michigan. Her interest in astronomy began with an undergraduate research project on satellite galaxies using data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. While pursuing a graduate degree in astronomy at the University of Washington in Seattle, her dissertation topic was based on the demographics of extra-galactic radio sources using data from astronomical sky surveys in the optical and radio. She landed a postdoc at the NRAO in Charlottesville, Virginia, where she supported users of the ALMA telescope and continued to pursue her own research on quasars (super-massive black holes at the centers of other galaxies). Moving to the other side of the planet, to Sydney, Australia, for a postdoc with the CSIRO Astronomy and Space Sciences radio astronomy group, Amy got to work directly with their radio telescope. In March of 2016, she rejoined the NRAO Team – this time in Socorro - as a full member of their scientific staff. Her main focus is to support users of the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array radio telescope, developing the VLA Sky Survey, and continuing to pursue her own research on radio quasars.