Amy is the Director of Corporate Research at The Terra Fund, where she provides her experience in several areas of administrative and operational business as well as international business. She provides the necessary skillset to conduct corporate research, as well as direct a team of corporate researchers to ensure sustainable and impact goals are continuously targeted at Terra. Amy’s corporate research plays a key role to provide an evaluation of the firm's prospects, potential earnings, financial metrics and due diligence so this information may be analyzed within Terra and the public. Furthermore, in her role she utilizes her understanding of investing, international markets and has a keen awareness of people to ensure our objectives of environmental, social and governance integrations are met.

Prior to joining Terra, Amy had a multifaceted business career in which she most recently has been a multinational project manager working with clients in various industries, including authors and corporate CEOs. She was also the director and former branch administration manager at a leading financial firm, where she was a risk management assessor, provided process implementation and supervised 25 employees in the financial environment. Furthermore, she managed SOX compliance (Sarbanes–Oxley Act), where she has an outstanding history of audits and operations management and provided resolutions within her staff. Amy also worked in the finance sector where she assisted high–net–worth clients, performed daily trading, currency movement and oversaw financial operations.

Amy received her Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business with a Minor in Russian from Grand Valley State University in Michigan and obtained FINRA Series 7 and 66. In addition, she holds a certification in basic firefighting and certification in sailing, as one of Amy’s love is to use her sailboat as a charter to host people on adventures throughout the Caribbean and worldwide.