Assistant Director


Amy has lived and farmed in the Piedmont for the past decade, and now calls Durham her home.  She received a Master of Divinity from Duke Divinity school, where she studied themes of ecology, food systems, community, justice, and embodiment.  Since graduating in 2016, she has been working at the intersection of community development and regenerative farming, and believes that tending the flourishing of all living things is sacred work.  She is thrilled to join the Duke Campus Farm community.