Amy brings over 25 years of experience in accounting, financial management, business advising and business ownership. She was the Managing Partner of Cantor, Goldman & Company, P.C., CPA where she developed a client base across a wide range of industries including government contracting, business and nonprofits. When the firm merged with Reitberger, Pollekoff & Cozak CPA's, Amy sold her shareholder interest to the other partners but continued to service clients for another seven years while she simultaneously co-founded and developed Hemingway Homes with her husband. The company grew to fifteen employees and Amy managed all of the financial and operations aspects. She is a CPA and earned her degree in Business Administration from University of Maryland. As an active lay leader in the Jewish community, Amy has served on the boards of Adas Israel Congregation and BBYO, led the PTA of Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, raised money for The Masorti Movement, and participated as a board volunteer at the University of Maryland Hillel.