Introducing Amy Reheard, the Outreach Administrator & Accessibility Coordinator at United Arts of Central Florida. With three years of experience in her role, Amy brings a unique background and a passion for making a positive social impact in the nonprofit sector.

Before joining United Arts, Amy worked as an Executive Assistant at Camaraderie Foundation, a central Florida nonprofit providing healing for military service members, veterans, and their families. It was during this time that she realized the profound influence of the arts on individuals facing challenges such as PTSD, dementia, and domestic violence.

Amy enjoys spending her time giving back to the community, previously serving on the boards of a human rights organization and a gay men’s chorus.

In addition to her professional achievements, Amy is an adventurous soul. She once had the privilege of playing Darla the Waterskiing Pig at Sea World of Orlando and purchased her first motorcycle, a Harley Davidson, at the age of 52. With her experience, dedication, and passion for the arts, Amy continues to be an invaluable member of the United Arts team, bringing enthusiasm and a warm spirit to her role and the office.


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