Meet The Staff: Amy Hagerdon
Meet our Virginia Program Coordinator
based out of the Virginia Office
Amy grew up on a small horse farm in Clarke County, VA where she enjoyed playing sports and exploring the outdoors. While in a stream ecology course she developed a passion for understanding and protecting water resources. She graduated from Hood College in 2014, with a degree in Environmental Science. From there, she received a Master of Science in Environmental Science and a Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University in December 2016, with a concentration in water resource management.
While in graduate school, she held numerous paid and volunteer positions with the Indiana Clean Lakes Program, Indiana University, Indiana Geological Survey, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. After graduating she volunteered with the Friends of the Shenandoah River and the Upper Potomac Riverkeeper.
Amy is the Alliance’s Program Coordinator for the Virginia office. She coordinates several programs, such as Reduce Your Stormwater, RiverTrends, and RiverWise — Communities and Congregations.
In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, exploring new places, and eating her mother’s homemade pies.