Amy Haight embarked on an 18-year career in television as a writer and producer before moving to Arizona to start a family. It was her perceptive and supportive nature that brought her into the real estate world.
Amy’s ability to get to the heart of her clients needs and making things happen for them is a skill she honed while working with so many different people all over the continent.
A Wyoming native, Amy graduated Cum Laude from Smith College and then embarked on her career overseas in Brussels, Belgium. She worked on the editorial page at The Wall Street Journal Europe and produced for the British-based wire service, Reuters Television. With Reuters, Amy worked in Belgium, The Netherlands, Finland, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and eventually Washington, D.C.
She interviewed and produced pieces on European Union policy, U.S. Presidential Elections and humanitarians like Bishop Desmond Tutu. She also covered various human interest stories, such as families adopting children with HIV in Europe and the North Korean nuclear talks in Asia.
Amy’s career took a new direction allowing her to spend time in the world of celebrities and rock stars as a producer for VH1 and E! News in New York City and LA. This gave her a wide variety of experience dealing with strong personalities and learning to cope with stressful and demanding situations. One of those defining career moments was helping to produce VH1’s “The Concert for New York City” after the 9/11 attacks.
In the 11 years Amy has been in real estate, she's challenged herself to learn all she can about the industry in order to be the most knowledgeable for her clients. She enjoys the satisfaction of helping her clients get exactly what they want, whether selling or buying a home.
Outside of work, Amy cherishes her time with her daughter Grace, freelance writing, volunteering and yoga.