After gaining A Levels in Business, English and Law, Amy began working with the National Health Service (NHS), then joined the local authority to work on a European Regional Development Fund project within the Business Growth Tea. Amy moved to Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine to work on the on the ARCS programme at the School in June 2018. Work with the REVISTA grant began in 2020 and Amy started her work within the new MULTILINK project team in May 2021, where Amy now supervisors a Programme Administrator.
Amy is now the Project Coordinator for the MULTILINK project which is a NIHR funded project researching into Multimorbidity in Malawi and Tanzania. Amy is still working for the African Research Collaboration on Sepsis (ARCS) and REVISTA projects also at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine.