Occupation: Destination Services Specialist
Preoccupation: The Great Outdoors
One Thing You’ll Never See: Her picture on a business card or park bench.
It’s true! While Amy has a newly discovered passion for real estate, she has no desire to tell the world by blanketing communities with her picture. What she does want to do is tell—and show—clients and prospective residents what makes Colorado such a great place to live.
Herself a transplant from another state (California), Amy has lived the last 20+ years in Colorado, first as a student at the University of Colorado Boulder, then as a newlywed in Leadville for 5 years, then Breckenridge for 9 years, and now the Front Range, where she, her husband, and their four children have lived since 2012.
Initially drawn to the Ken Caryl valley for its mountain-like setting and proximity to the city, Amy relishes time spent with family and friends on nearby trails, hiking, biking, dog-walking, cross country skiing—you name it. If it’s not yet obvious, this longtime swimmer-now-turned-tennis-player simply loves the outdoors! That said, she does admit to spending some time indoors, shopping, checking out art museums, or sampling local craft beers.
Amy can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-485-9343.
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Five Little-Known Facts About Amy:
- Once rappelled off the top of Morning Glory Arch in Moab, Utah.
- Former Crossfit enthusiast who now simply tries to survive the workouts.
- Has five older brothers, making her a tomboy at heart.
- Was a third-grade teacher in her previous life.
- Believes in the power of caffeine to get you fueled in the morning—and refueled in the afternoon.
“I enjoy meeting people from other states—and other countries—and showing them what we love about living here.”
Charity Challenge – The Action Center
Amy is raising funds for The Action Center as part of this year’s Charity Challenge. Drawn to its mission of providing an immediate response to basic human needs and promoting pathways to self-sufficiency for Jefferson County residents and the homeless, Amy has volunteered at its food bank and clothing center and has seen firsthand its positive impact on the surrounding community.