I would like to take a moment to tell you a little about Amy Woods. I have known Amy for nearly 10 years and I’m proud to call her a friend.
Amy grew up in Los Alamos. Her family has lived here since 1953 andhas deep roots in this community. She currently works as a Realtor at Zia Realty Group.
Her mother, Carlotta McInteer, worked at LANL until she went to Law School in 1987 at the age of 60! As a long term resident of Los Alamos, Carlotta contributed heavily to the community in various roles. She served on several boards in Los Alamos – among those were the church board and the library board. Carlotta provided Pro-Bono legal services to those in our community who needed help but couldn’t afford it. BB McInteer was heavily involved in the community as well, regularly assisting those in need.
Amy is running for County Clerk in the upcoming elections because she is a participating member of this community. She has served on the Los Alamos Planning and Zoning Commission and as the secretary for the Pajarito Acres Home owners association. Moreover, she is currently serving as the president of the Los Alamos Council on Cancer. Amy’s favorite saying – one that I hear often – is: “You can’t complain if you don’t participate”.
I have never met a more capable woman. No matter what the circumstances, Amy has a level head and helpful hands. Her comprehensive experience in the managerial world and her level of education give Amya strong lead when it comes to solving everyday business issues. However, when she doesn’t have the answer, believe me, she wastes no time in finding people that do havethe answer. She gets it right!
Amy has a substantial background in the political world as well as the business world of our small town of Los Alamos. She understands the laboratory and thepart it plays in our community. She knows how important education is for our children and she knows that our future depends on the future of our small businesses.
The words that best describe Amy are: caring, capable, and qualified. I believe that a vote for Amy is a vote for the future of Los Alamos.