Driven by an appreciation for family, friends and neighbors, Amy C. Smith built her reputation as a volunteer and advocate throughout Worcester Township.

When Amy and her husband Jason settled in Worcester in 2010, they fell in love with the rural feel and natural beauty of the township.  They had no idea this tight-knit community would band together and help their family survive the unimaginable.  In 2013, with 4 children between 8 months and 8 years old, Amy was diagnosed with breast cancer.  It was their friends, family and neighbors in the Worcester community who helped the family of 6 through the difficult days. 

Once cancer free, Amy was determined to give back to the community that supported her during her most challenging years.  She quietly began to contribute through volunteer work as she gained back her strength. One scheduled shift a week in the Worcester Elementary School library grew into a calling to serve others.

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  • Worcester Elementary School Weekly Volunteer -supporting teachers, staff, and educational programs for students
  • Worcester Home & School Board Member – directing fundraising for social and educational opportunities for students and coordinating family events, while serving as liaison between families and administration
  • Methacton Coordinating Council Board Member – providing infrastructure for volunteer opportunities across the district
  • Mitzvah Circle Foundation Event Committee Member and General Volunteer – serving families in crisis by assisting with fundraising, collection of donations and supply distribution
  • Unite for Her Ambassador and Group Leader – helping to provide support and complementary therapies to women with breast and ovarian cancers
  • Lancaster Farm Fresh Site Host -providing fresh, local, organic produce from a network of small farmers
  • Methacton Education Foundation Board Member – helping to raise funds for grants, program support, and underprivileged students across Methacton
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force Secretary – promoting diversity in the community through development of equity and inclusion practices
  • Holy Saviour Church – Director of Religious Education – directing and providing instruction and sacramental preparation for parish children

Through Amy’s extensive volunteer work she gained the attention of other leaders in Montgomery County and was recruited to work with state officials and advocates.  Paired with her background as a community outreach coordinator for a Houston-based Fortune 500 Corporation’s Philadelphia division, Amy was a natural fit to continue to serve on a larger scale.     

As Chief of Staff for the 150th District’s legislative office, Amy works with municipalities to secure grants, improve infrastructure, and communicate constituent concerns at the state level.  Through this work Amy has elevated her ability to help her community.

As Worcester Township Supervisor, Amy’s passion and experience in public service will help her to preserve the character of the township she loves, to improve communication and collaboration between the township and residents, and to protect the natural beauty and resources that define the Worcester quality of life. 

Amy graduated from Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School and Penn State University, where she met her husband. As a family, they enjoy dance, martial arts, ice hockey, and musical pursuits and spending time on the trails of Worcester Township.

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