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ABOUT

Amy is a small business strategist​ with 20+ years' experience in both the non-profit and corporate sector. She began her career as a ​VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) fortunate to be chosen as one of two from across the state of Missouri to serve on the Corporation for National and Community Service’s task force, housed in the office of the Lt. Governor. Her experience includes marketing, communications, event planning, resource development, public speaking, professional training, and volunteer management.

Certifications include: Mental Heath First Aid, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Instructor and  National Council on Aging (NCOA) Certified Aging Mastery Instructor with the Mid-America Regional Council. 

"In becoming Executive Director, Amy inherited a difficult decision. Through her creativity and organizational skills she was able to create a more ordered office administration.  Amy has very ably represented the Council in public speaking engagements. 

Amy's dedication to fighting illiteracy helped the Council survive to continue to benefit our many students. She maintained her commitment to the "individual" at a time when many administrative demands were placed on her." 

Ozarks Literacy Council

"Amy Fitzgerald has performed her duties in the Lieutenant Governor's Office most ably and cheerfully. She has led by example, showing the necessary organizational and people skills to build a successful Missouri Community Service Program.  



​Amy's strong work ethic and her skill at handling difficult tasks indicate she'll be successful at virtually any project she tackles."

Lt. Governor Roger Wilson's Office

"Thank you for all of the great work you did in coordinating the Black & Veatch Construction & Procurement division's volunteer workday with Bridging the Gap.

It was a pleasure working with you. Your enthusiasm and great organizational skills were obvious and made our jobs infinitely easier."

Bridging the Gap