Amy Everetts is a life-long resident of Scranton, Pennsylvania and graduated from Kutztown University in 2005, where she earned her Bachelor of Liberal Arts & Electronic Media with minors in Public Relations, Speech and Theater. Amy is a registered Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Rostered Theater Artist through the Northeastern Educational Intermediate Unit 19. Amy has taught numerous residences to students in elementary and middle schools throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. She was an instructor for the NEIU-19’s ArtSave program, ARTS ALIVE, Arts Engage artist in residence program and involved in Arts Engage Consortium and Teacher training sessions.
Currently, she is the Director of Development & Marketing for the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art. Her duties entail overseeing the implementation of marketing strategies and develop long-term revenue goals for the Museum. In her previous job she acted as the Development Manager for the historic Scranton Cultural Center (SCC) at the Masonic Temple, where she solicited sponsorships, donor relations, grant writing, and community outreach. Prior to this position, also was the Educational Outreach Manager at the SCC responsible for coordinating educational details before, during and after events. Additionally, at the SCC she served as the Marketing Coordinator where she was responsible for initiating and executing the marketing, social media and promotions for all programs, performances and fundraising events.
In 2008, Amy was the11PM producer for the news station WNEP-16 TV. She led the production of the weekly newscast, determined the format of the newscast, wrote on-air copy, and integrated technical and editorial aspects to run an effective airing. In 2006, she also was a news producer for Blue Ridge Cable TV-13 News Pocono Report.
Amy is also the mother of two young children and currently resides in South Abington Township, Pennsylvania.