Amy started her career with four years at the National Foundation for Youth Music in London. After this, she moved to study for a postgraduate degree in Social and Cultural Theory at the University of Bristol, with a focus on folk music forms and the construction of community.
After a short period of working in the NHS and children’s social care, Amy joined the Wren Music team in 2019. She takes the lead on project planning, fundraising and evaluation. Although she’s usually based in the office, Amy is an experienced facilitator and often works out and about with our participants – both co-designing and reviewing our work.
Outside of work, Amy has spent a few winters teaching herself to construct dry stone walls to terrace her north-facing, sloping allotment. She loves coming up with new recipes for when you find yourself with far too many courgettes!