AMB 17th Annual Golf Outing
The 17th Annual AMB Foundation Golf Outing at Bonnie Brook Golf Course is on July 19th, 2019. Don't forget to sign up for a round of golf, dinner, silent auction and support Amys cause!
Remembering Amy - TheMomsDiet Blog
Amy and the AMB Foundation were featured on TheMomsDiet Blog on March 21st, 2015. This great write-up details the amazing person Amy was, why the AMB Foundation was created and a video sitdown with the President of the AMB Foundation, Ann Bosman-Foltz.
AMB Foundation Memorial Soiree
The AMB Foundation Memorial Soiree celebrated Amy's life, passion and the tenth anniversary of the Foundations inception.
Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha
On May 25th, 2010, the AMB Foundation committed $70,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Kenosha’ Learning Center. The center is named The Amy Marie Bosman Learning Center.
Amy Marie Bosman
Amy was a 1995 graduate of Tremper High School. She graduated as a Top 20 Outstanding Senior for her involvement and academics. While at Tremper, she took all honors and advanced placement courses. Academics were not Amy’s only priority. She took pride in her school and her community. She was a member of the A Capella choir her sophomore, junior and senior year. She was the president of Key Club, Sub Deb, and her sophomore class. Along with those leadership positions, she served on student congress, was an outstanding soccer player and cheerleader, and was selected for the All-County golf team. Amy was also a member of the first World Champion CYC Raider Competitive Cheerleading Squad. She was also a member of both prom and homecoming court.
Outside of her high school endeavors, she was named Kenosha’s Junior Miss and was 2nd runner-up at the state pageant.
After receiving an excellent educational foundation at Tremper, Amy attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. There she earned a degree in political science and history, with honors distinction. While in college, she volunteered for Habitat for Humanity and worked with many other philanthropic organizations through her sorority, Alpha Phi. Amy also spent a summer studying abroad in the Czech Republic.
Amy went from the college classroom to teaching in a classroom when she joined the Teach for America program and taught in inner-city Houston for two years. After completing her time in Houston, she traveled to Madagascar for the summer with members of the Peace Corps to help in a project to build latrines. Most recently, she spent eight months in Guatemala, through an affiliate program of Amnesty International, to accompany Guatemalan refugees.
At the time of her death, Amy was finishing her first year at the University of Chicago, pursuing a Masters Degree in public policy and preparing to enter the University of Chicago’s law school the following fall.