Amy Cutler spent 10 years in graphic design after graduating with a B.A. from Stockton University. An avid traveler, Honduras stole her heart. The struggles of the local people, especially within the education system, inspired her to change careers. Amy spent more than a year in Honduras implementing an improved educational curriculum. After completing her MAT in Education from The College of New Jersey, Amy brought her dedication to education to the Latin community in Atlantic County five years ago, becoming a teacher at North Main Street School, Pleasantville. She returns to Honduras annually to check on “her kids.” Always searching to advocate for those in need, Amy returned to Stockton for her ESL and Bilingual Bicultural Certifications and continues her studies. Amy serves on the Pleasantville Advisory Board and coordinates the Hispanic heritage festivals at her school. An avid salsa dancer, Amy continues to immerse herself in a community and culture that is foreign to the one in which she was raised. Amy’s contagious smile and positive attitude are inspiring and truly make a difference in those lucky enough to know her.