Amey has been a part of the Revels community since the beginning. Jack Langstaff was Amey’s music teacher at Shady Hill School (SHS), and her family began attending Revels from the first performances in the early 1970s. Over the years, she has attended virtually every Christmas Revels performance with family and many, many friends, as well as all the other Revels’ merrymaking. Amey first joined the Revels Board during Revels’ transitional period when Jack Langstaff stepped back and handed day-to-day affairs to Gayle Rich and Paddy Swanson. Now she feels extremely lucky to be back on the Board to work with Executive Director Kate Stookey and envision what Revels can be for the next 50 years!
When not at Revels events, Amey attended Harvard University and MIT Sloan School of Management, worked as a market strategy consultant for high tech new ventures, and dabbled in venture capital. She now lives in Dover where she continues strategy projects in between celebrating with Revels, working on land conservation, and riding her horse competitively.