Amy Ferguson (she/her) grew up in Eastern Washington and moved to the Seattle area in the late 90s. Before her career in animal welfare, she worked in health insurance and then made the leap to animal welfare in 2009 when she joined the board of directors for ARF of Everett, and then in 2013 became their Executive Director. In 2017, Amy became the Executive Director of Pawsitive Alliance, and in 2019 moved to the Executive Director role at Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project. Amy has served on the board of the Washington Federation of Animal Care and Control Agencies since 2020 and in 2022 became Treasurer. She also currently sits on the Marketing/Fundraising Committee.
Amy, her husband, and two cats live in downtown Everett and occasionally share their home with foster kittens.