Amy Cearley has a Master's Degree in Education from Denver University, a Bachelor's Degree in History & Political Science, and minor in Communication. In her early career she taught history, world religions, american government, and political science to high school students as well as continuing education to adults.
In 2009, Amy made the transition to senior living, and sadly, her private life paralleled her professional life as she became a caregiver to her brother who was diagnosed with ALS. While being the sole caregiver for her brother through the end of his life was a heartbreaking experience, it also filled Amy with a passion for helping other caregivers as they cared for their loved ones, and prompted her to open The Tri-County Caregiver Resource Center. The goal of the resource center is to Educate caregivers and provide them with resource options without being "sold to." Amy lives this mission by navigating the health care industry alongside of families every day as well as hosting numerous educational events in the community focused on supporting families and caregivers.