Amie graduated in December 2018, with a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations at Oral Roberts University. Her interest in civic involvement has developed from a young age. For many years she had volunteered through programs like Feed The City, and interned under social workers for Boys and Girls Club/Salvation Army mentoring and working with distressed youth and children. Amie has always been interested in international development, and with her church community traveled to countries such as Honduras and Mexico as a volunteer. Through these experiences she became more interested in foreign relations. As a student when she could not physically be abroad helping, she started tutoring local refugees and leading the International Justice Mission on-campus club. She now looks forward to her internship at AFJN to learn about foreign policy, advocacy for African countries and most importantly be part of the effort to reveal the potential that Africa has when we invest in its people.