A Pensacola native, Amy Sapp attended the North Florida HOBY conference in 2011 for J.M. Tate High School. Amy served as the Director of Speakers in 2015, Junior Facilitator in 2014, and Team Alumnus in 2012. Amy is a Political Science major at the University of Florida, specializing in International Relations and Mass Communications. At UF, Amy is a proud executive board member of the Honors Ambassadors, a sister of Chi Omega, and a co-teacher of an Honors course on Broadway musicals.
Amy has worked for Good Morning America, NewYork.com, and ABC News. Currently, Amy can be found writing for the UF College of Law and researching for a Tony award-winning Broadway producer of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. When she is not writing for work or studying at the library, Amy enjoys drinking coffee, reading all types of literature, singing along to Broadway musicals, and watching anything written by Shonda Rhimes or Lin-Manuel Miranda. amyesapp.com