Be well. Be excellent. Grow.

Habits drive greatness. As a lifelong Hoosier and devoted lover of her hometown, Terre Haute, Amy Lore is learning to focus on the seemingly small tasks of everyday life to build long-term success. Those habits can be summed up in her motto: Be well. Be excellent. Grow. 

She is now working as the Director of Government Relations for Project Lead The Way, a national non-profit that works in PreK-12 education, providing STEM curriculum and professional development for teachers. She is active in state governments across the Midwest, focusing on PreK-12 eduction policy that provides flexibility and freedom, and fosters career readiness.

Amy was elected to her first term on the Vigo County School Corporation Board of Trustees in 2020, and currently serves as Vice President of the Board and as a non-voting member of the Terre Haute Redevelopment Commission.

Amy is a Terre Haute North High School graduate (1999) and holds two degrees from Indiana State University (BA 2003; MPA 2015) as well as certifications from Ball State in Basic Economic Development and Harvard Business School Online in Financial Management. Amy is also a proud graduate of the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series (2020). She has had a long career in government affairs and strategic communications, working in the United States Senate and as speech writer for former Lt. Governor Becky Skillman. Amy also has professional experience in the defense industry, economic development, and health care.

She and her husband, Lennon, a teacher, are raising two boys in the historic Farrington’s Grove neighborhood.