At 31 years old, Amber has officially hit her stride.
She is a self-
Anyone who knows Amber would surely agree, she is powerful and opinionated. From a young age, she rallied, petitioned and fought for her high school to establish a women’s lacrosse team. Several years later Women’s lacrosse is a mainstay among all grade levels in her childhood school district.
After dominating the advertising business in Manhattan just out of college, Amber decided to go back to school and focus on getting her masters while spending more time with her family on Long Island.
While she keeps busy at the gym, reading, spending time with her friends and travelling, Amber has also dedicated a tremendous amount of her free time to the charity she founded and currently chairs. As a daddy’s girl, Amber grew up inseparable from her father even joining him on motorcycle rides when she bought her own Harley. However, several years ago Amber father tragically passed, after a battle with cancer. Together, father and daughter spend uncounted hours and weekends volunteering together.
From various community events to volunteer programs, nationwide Amber and her father always pledged to make a difference. After his passing, she wanted to keep his spirit alive and she founded a charity that would make him proud.