Together we can do great things." Mother Teresa
Amy Smith moved to Myrtle Beach from the mountains of Upstate New York to get away from the cold and ice of the north. She loves the blue skies and the sunshine in the South.
Amy spent 25 years working with historically underserved youth and persons with disabilities in residential placements and the court systems. She was a certified therapeutic-level foster parent and was the first home in her county to be certified with the Lighthouse project for homeless teenagers.
Amy loves supporting and working with the talented and creative students in the Theatre Department and their faculty and staff. When she can't be found in 226 Edwards College of Humanities and Fine Arts, she is traveling with her husband to somewhere fabulous.
Amy loves "creature feature" movies, anything with giant snakes, lizards, or other animals.