Amber wants to live in a world where inclusivity is something that is a part of everyday life. She wants to see a time where people treat each other with love and kindness, no matter their differences.
Amber’s career has been mostly spent working with non-profits and higher education, helping them to communicate their message and grow their brand. She began at the State Capitol as a reporter before joining the communications team for a non-profit that provided counterterrorism law enforcement training. After traveling for a year and meeting police chiefs from across the nation, she took a position at a small liberal arts university where she oversaw the communications and marketing, helping them manage a recent rebranding, reorganization of the marketing department and taking part in developing the university’s new strategic plan.
Next time you see her, ask Amber about her honeymoon road trip to Niagara Falls. She and her husband drove from OKC across the country before GPS was ever a thing, burned CDs of music they loved and were so broke from the wedding that they stayed in a $20 per night hotel on the way home where they didn’t even take off their shoes because of the sticky floors. They had such a blast with basically no money, and she says she wouldn’t trade it for the world.
BA in Communications
Master of Business Administration
Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council Partners in Policymaking Program Graduate
Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Standards for Excellence Program Graduate
Autism Oklahoma PieceWalk & 5k Committee Chair
Oklahoma State Autism Interagency Family Council
Red Coyote Racing Team
St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church Vestry Member
2005 TJCSGA Region 3 Advisor of the Year