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Amy Gallagher

Amy Gallagher

Leadership Development Advisor

Amy Gallagher has a passion for working with people and has been in the education field for 21 years. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a bachelor’s degree in education and communications.

After graduation, Amy became a high school teacher for Southlake Carroll ISD and worked with the district for 12 years. She and her family moved to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where Amy spent three years teaching Teen Leadership in the community center. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, and teaches Teen Leadership at Vandegrift High School in Leander ISD. Amy is also the director of a 300-member student organization that focuses on creating a culture of kindness by ‘respecting others, the school, and ourselves.’

In addition to teaching, Amy became a leadership development advisor for the Flippen Group in 2006 and has presented to district administrators, faculty members, community members, and students on topics that focus on building relationships, the communication process, and bullying prevention. She has a passion for increasing the skills in adults that create a positive impact in adolescents in both education and life.

Amy enjoys spending time with her family, especially her children, John, and Ashley. She has found joy in watching both of her children embrace their passion and be empowered to discover what challenges them and is meaningful in their lives.

Amy Gallagher

Leadership Development Advisor

Amy Gallagher has a passion for working with people and has been in the education field for 21 years. She graduated from the University of North Texas with a bachelor’s degree in education and communications.

After graduation, Amy became a high school teacher for Southlake Carroll ISD and worked with the district for 12 years. She and her family moved to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where Amy spent three years teaching Teen Leadership in the community center. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, and teaches Teen Leadership at Vandegrift High School in Leander ISD. Amy is also the director of a 300-member student organization that focuses on creating a culture of kindness by ‘respecting others, the school, and ourselves.’

In addition to teaching, Amy became a leadership development advisor for the Flippen Group in 2006 and has presented to district administrators, faculty members, community members, and students on topics that focus on building relationships, the communication process, and bullying prevention. She has a passion for increasing the skills in adults that create a positive impact in adolescents in both education and life.

Amy enjoys spending time with her family, especially her children, John, and Ashley. She has found joy in watching both of her children embrace their passion and be empowered to discover what challenges them and is meaningful in their lives.