Amy joined the ACLU of Nevada in January 2015. She is a five year resident of southern Nevada and previously served as Associate Attorney at the firm of Kravitz, Schnitzer & Johnson. Amy brings with her a strong commitment to the Nevada community. She spent several years practicing plaintiff’s employment law in Las Vegas where she advocated on behalf of Nevada workers facing discrimination or harassment in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and other federal and state employment laws. She has also given presentations to Las Vegas Rape Crisis Center volunteers on sexual harassment in the workplace, helping to educate the community about how to confront and respond to these issues.
She volunteered as an advisor to teens in the B’nai Brith Youth Organization Las Vegas chapters and participates in the Jewish Emerging Leaders group of the Jewish Federation of Las Vegas. Amy spends time volunteering for Planned Parenthood of Southern Nevada and is a member of the Glass Leadership class for the Anti-Defamation League in Las Vegas, which facilitates leadership development to confront injustice and intolerance in the community.