Amy is the Co-Founder of Good Coworking in Dallas, TX, the first coworking space in the world focused on inclusive sustainability, powered by solar.
As an evangelist for the triple bottom line, Amy champions entrepreneurs who are building profitable businesses that allow people and the planet to thrive. Her flagship space in Dallas is pursuing LEED and WELL building certification. She is using these certifications to educate the business community on how to be successful in a global, purpose-focused economy.
Prior to her migration to Texas, spearheaded the incubation of 80 non-profit chapters for the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), one of the most progressive sustainability change agents, and launched The USGBC Leadership Institute. She also led USGBC green community-rebuilding initiatives in New Orleans post Katrina. Amy is a trained facilitator specializing in brand strategy, collaborative ideation, strategic planning, and community engagement.
Amy has over ten years of experience as a film, TV, and commercial producer and marketer, and got her start at a PBS affiliate. She produced at two NY ad agencies and for HBO, VH-1, and more. Amy managed AFI and Discovery Channel’s pre-eminent documentary film festival and conference, SILVERDOCS (now AFI Docs), and led efforts to green the non-fiction film industry.
When she isn’t at work, you can find Amy volunteering to rescue dogs, or traveling the globe.