Amy writes about science, research, and education for BIOS. Prior to joining BIOS in October 2014, she worked for seven years as a science writer for Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution on Cape Cod, where she participated in field expeditions to Greenland and Nicaragua, and on research vessels in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. She also wrote about a 3,250-mile bicycle ride across the United States with the American Lung Association.

Her writing appears online and in print for newspapers, magazines and corporate publications, and essays have been included in the books Science on Ice (2011) and Cycling’s Greatest Misadventures (2007). She worked on staff for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and The Chicago Tribune. Amy holds a graduate degree in fisheries and wildlife from Michigan State University.