Originally from Grimsby, Amy (she/her) graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in Zoology and is still based in West Yorkshire.

Amy's lived experience of mental health difficulties led to her time working and volunteering in various roles relating to peer support and mental health. After graduating, she was elected as the Welfare Officer on Leeds University Union's Student Executive team, and served as a director and trustee of the charity alongside Unipol Student Homes. She worked on health and wellbeing campaigning and advocacy, particularly around mental health, drug harm reduction, and period poverty. She is part of the Welfare Team at the Nightline Association a current member of the student mental health charity Student Minds' Advisory Committee.

Amy works on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and can be contacted at [email protected]