Amy McNamara directs the National Park Program for the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. Amy works with local residents and GYC members to engage them is issues related to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. She is working to ensure Greater Yellowstone's national parks are setting the standard for public land stewardship in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and for other national parks across the country.
Amy brought years of previous experience working across state and political boundaries to GYC. Before working for GYC, Amy worked for the Appalachian Mountain Club - a regional conservation and recreation organization in the Northeast. There Amy worked on private land conservation issues, public funding for land protection, and forest planning.
In her free time, you might find Amy hiking, backpacking, or skiing in the Greater Yellowstone. Her favorite local residents are moose and her favorite color is blue.