Amy Henry is the middle school Career Tech and STEM instructor and FFA Advisor. Before coming to GISA, Amy has served as a career technical satellite business instructor for over a decade. She has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Corporate Training from Lee University, and a Master's degree in Educational Leadership from University of Dayton. In addition, Amy had the distinguished privilege of studying at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England, and of completing her student- teaching experience in Ghana, West Africa. A Clark County native, Amy grew up traveling, playing soccer, and exhibiting various 4-H projects, including livestock, at the Clark County Fair. A mother of 3 daughters, Amy loves spending time with her husband Jon and their family, raising livestock, gardening, snowboarding, and traveling.  She has a special passion for helping solve food and water security issues for third world countries. 

Favorite literary time period: Transcendental Time period

Favorite Color: Yellow

Favorite type of food: Spicy anything!!

ahenry@gisaoh.org

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