Amy served in the U.S. Air Force for 4 years as a Tactical Aircraft Maintenance Technician (Crew Chief). Amy worked on the flight-line in Japan, Iraq and Florida. During her time in the Air Force she enjoyed long walks on the line, engine runs that made her teeth chatter uncontrollably, and eating sandwiches that were orange with hydraulic fluid. After her time in the service, Amy used the G.I. Bill to earn her Bachelor's Degree and then took a job with the Department of Veterans Affairs at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Lakewood, Colorado. Although serving Veterans and their families in their time of grieving was very rewarding, she felt it was time for a greater challenge and went to work as a funeral director, serving families from all backgrounds in the Denver Metro Area. Amy enjoys hiking, climbing and snowshoeing during her free-time and loves Colorado because there is enough to see and do in the outdoors to keep her engaged for a lifetime! Amy is inspired by her military family and all of the other public servants who would so greatly benefit from time spent in the Great Outdoors. She looks forward to climbing Denali with this team of incredible women, and then coming home to some big sloppy kisses from her dogs, Olive and Adrian.