Amy completed her under graduate degree from University of Indianapolis and earned her Master Degree in Accounting at Western Governor's University in June 2018. She is a wife, mother and sister. Amy also is an ex-convict, who was incarcerated in an Indiana correctional facility for 2 years for embezzling nearly $350K from her employer. Since her 2011 release Amy has turned her life around and has dedicated her free time to speaking openly and educating others on white-collar crime, fraud prevention and victim impact through her personal story. She also enjoys giving testimonial on how she turned to God, asked for forgiveness, repented and is pulling her life back together through His grace. As an admitted overachiever and recovering people-pleaser, she struggles from time to time with keeping those attributes of herself in check, but through the mercy of God, she is rebuilding her life and moreover, is inspiring and serving others through the retelling of her riveting story of achievement, success, lies, deceit, incarceration, mercy, forgiveness and redemption.