In this role, she represents the interests of Chevron's Eurasia Business Unit and Corporate Business Development before U.S. and foreign government officials as well as with a variety of business associations. Amy joined Chevron after working at the Department of State from 2010 to 2017. She served in a number of roles in the Energy Bureau including team lead on European and Eurasian energy, senior policy advisor on Russia sanctions, Power Africa coordinator, and member of G7 expert group for investment and governance. Amy also served as the energy officer at the U.S. Embassy in Budapest, Hungary for three years and was an international energy analyst for six years. She has also worked at the International Energy Agency in Paris, at the United Nations in New York, and as an environmental consultant for Arthur D. Little in Boston and in New Jersey. She has a degree in Geology and a Master's in International Energy Policy.