Amy is a senior in Mechanical Engineering, minoring in Intellectual Property Law and is from Evansville, Indiana. In addition to being an Ambassador of Mechanical Engineering, she is the President of the Purdue Engineering Student Council, Co-President of the Purdue Engineering Presidents? Council, and the Selection Co-Chair for the Purdue Mortar Board chapter. Amy has also started a new organization on campus, Operation Be-YOU-tiful, dedicated to the empowerment and promotion of self confidence in young women. She has also participated in Engineering Projects In Community Service (EPICS) working on Camp Riley and Handheld Educational Augmentative RFID Device (HEARD) teams. Outside of school, Amy has has completed a year-long internship with Caterpillar in 2015 and worked with Pratt and Whitney of United Technologies Corporation in the summer of 2016. During the summer of 2017, Amy worked as a technical analyst for the Intellectual Property Department of Barnes and Thornburg LLP. She has also worked as an undergraduate research assistant with a Mechanical Engineering professor studying the dynamic mechanical analysis of energetic materials during her junior year at Purdue. Amy looks forward to continuing on to law school after her graduation in May 2018.