Amy is a Christian wife of 23 years to her brilliant knight in shining armor, mom to their 18-year-old scientist, and cat mom to their kitty named Tribble. Their classical, literature-rich homeschooling days are long over as the scientist graduated early and is currently pursuing a mathematics degree.
Amy has a passion for genealogy and a love for helping others trace their family trees to learn more about their roots. She and her family are die-hard Whovians, Tolkienites, and Trekkies, she adores her husband, son, and kitty, loves her Kindle, sweet tea, cheese, and holidays, even the silly ones like National Eat Like a Hobbit Day.
Currently, Amy serves as the Director of Operations for a curriculum developer, which lets her use her love of data, analytics, and project management.
On the creative side, Amy has been creating content for award-winning bloggers, authors, and curriculum companies for over 13 years, including LEGO, Pitsco, VTech, and Rosetta Stone. A detail-oriented, data and spreadsheet-loving Ravenclaw, Amy has also co-founded two multi-faceted organizations in the homeschool niche and published seven non-fiction books, including 3 Amazon best-sellers.
She specializes in STEM, gaming, coding, fandom, and holiday content. Her STEM content has been published in Good Housekeeping Magazine and The Week Junior Magazine.
Along with her business partner and friend, Renée Brown, she co-founded The Content Spot, a marketplace that allows creators to offer content and services to bloggers and online influencers. Together, they created the course Earn Money Selling Printables to Bloggers and they manage both the largest general content buying/selling group on Facebook and the largest printable-only buying/selling group on Facebook.