Amy is the Daily News Editor at WUNC in Chapel Hill where she manages day-to-day coverage of everything from gerrymandering to rogue emus.
She was most recently the editorial hand behind the Kansas News Service’s daily coverage of health, education, and state politics and the award-winning podcast, My Fellow Kansans.
Ahead of the launch of the Kansas News Service, Amy led a team of reporters collaborating on coverage of the 2016 elections in Kansas.
A Connecticut Yankee at home in the South, she majored in philosophy, of course, at Wesleyan University and got her master's in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley.
Previously, she headed the WRKF newsroom in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where politics is a favored sport along with LSU athletics. She still cheers for the Tigers, though she has also become a fan of the Kansas City Royals, and is now following the Durham Bulls.
She has covered art in suburbia, striking public sector workers in South Africa, and the aftermath of hurricanes along the Gulf Coast.
She started her career in journalism at WNPR in Hartford, Connecticut and has edited and reported for Patch.com, GlobalPost, and the Associated Press.