After traversing the globe during her childhood and obtaining a couple of degrees from the University of Missouri-Columbia (a bachelor of journalism and a master of arts - emphasis magazine writing), Amber settled in Colorado — her place of birth. She spent several years holding assorted positions at Westword, Denver’s alternative newsweekly, in the general news, arts-and-culture, and (relatively new) cannabis departments, giving her a well-rounded perspective of the Queen City of the West, and she's also won awards for her work with trade publications.
Amber has also spent several years developing her experience and understanding of corporate branding and content; she’s created and maintained style guides, written white papers, and built content strategies for publications, associations, non-profit organizations, publicly, and privately held companies — and individual clients.
Currently, Amber works full-time for HouseCanary, a predictive analytics powerhouse in the real estate industry. She was named a "Trendsetter" in the 2017 Swanepoel Power 200 list, which acknowledges "innovators, dealmakers, and movers-and-shakers who made a noteworthy impact over the last year" in real estate, and her assessment of revenue and expenses at the National Association of Realtors won a NAREE Gold Award for "Best Economic Analysis" in 2017.