Amy Foster- District 8
Terms of Office:
Elected in 2014.
- Budget, Finance & Taxation Committee
- Youth Services Committee, Chair
- Co-Sponsored Events Committee
- Legislative Affairs & Intergovernmental Relation Committee
- EMS Ad Hoc Committee (Alternate)
- Arts Advisory Committee
- Community Development Block Grant Committee
- Pinellas County Homeless Leadership Board
Executive Director of the Guardian Ad Litem Foundation of Tampa Bay to oversee fundraising and day-to-day operations for the Foundation.
Previously served as the National Collaborative Network Manager for the EdLab Group’s National Girls Collaborative Project, a national project focused on gender equity and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Also worked for nearly ten years with Girl Scouts of West Central Florida as the Director of Girl and Adult Leadership Development.
Chair of Membership Training, Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin
Former Vice President, St. Pete Pride
Member, STEM Advisory Board for Girls Inc. of Pinellas
Gold Award Advisor, Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
IT Infrastructure Committee, Visitor Studies Association
Member, National Council for Women and Girls in Education
Member, Convening Committee for Action 2013
Founding Board Member, Industrial Arts Center in Gulfport
Member, Historic Kenwood Neighborhood Association
Education and Awards:
Centenary College of Louisiana, B.A. in Psychology and Sociology, Class of 2000
High School: Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA), Class of 1995
Originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Amy has been proud to call the Historic Kenwood neighborhood of St. Pete home for the past ten years. In her spare time, Amy enjoys kayaking, cooking, dancing and biking.