Amy Dozier in a nonprofit professional from North Carolina who joined the Foundation in July 2023. Her journey to working in the Nonprofit space is unique. After losing her husband in the war in Iraq, she and her daughter were lifted up by several organizations dedicated to military survivors. This support propelled Amy to further her education and to give back to her community. Through her efforts with groups such as TAPS, Tuesday’s Children, and Veterans Bridge Home, her passion for trauma-informed care of our nation's Veterans and survivors deepened.
As an advocate, Amy is devoted to systems-building and Post Traumatic Growth of those who've experienced struggle. As an Outreach & Education Programs Specialist, she hopes to bring her decade-long experience of service to better engage and resource Gold Star Families. She understands the value of healing through connectedness and is excited to support the legacy of this great foundation!
Amy holds an undergraduate degree in Social Psychology, and a master’s degree in Public Affairs and Nonprofit Management. Most recently she was a speaker at the Women’s World Peace Conference in Paris, France where she connected with and learned from military survivors from around the world. In her free time, you can find Amy chasing a sunrise, playing her piano, behind the lens of a camera, or making memories with her family at the beach.