Amy is an environmental litigation attorney for a state agency. She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law in 2017 and is an active member of the Texas State Bar as a practicing attorney. During law school, she studied abroad at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid, Spain. She held summer law clerkships in two federal government agencies and a national non-profit. Amy funded these public interest clerkship by receiving various fellowships, including the Justice Center Public Service Fellowship for Summer 2015, Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice Fellowship for Summer 2016, Texas Law Fellowship for Summer 2016, and Annual Hispanic Bar Association Bar Review Scholarship for Summer 2017. As a law student, Amy was a research assistant in the Center on Lawyers, Civil Justice, and the Media. Before law school, Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Economics from Wellesley College in 2014. During her undergraduate career, she studied abroad in Northeastern Brazil for a semester.