Amy Christiansen grew up as an Army brat, living and traveling around the country and abroad, but has called Milton home for nearly 19 years. She and her husband are raising three children in Milton which led Amy to become active in all things school related from serving in PTA/PTSAs, SGC, Superintendent's Parent Council, and commenting at school board meetings. She advocates for mental health awareness and resources through the schools and community. Having been a part of Milton back when it was called unincorporated Alpharetta, Amy has also been active in the community itself, including being a founding member of the Milton Historical Society. In her day job, she’s a speech-language pathologist focused on pediatrics with a heart for all the clients she sees, but specifically for autistic children.