Based in Manchester Capital Management's Montecito office, Amy is responsible for managing clients' investment portfolios, supporting the firm's family office services, and conducting investment research. Amy also assists clients with their general estate planning and wealth transfer strategies and provides clients with philanthropic guidance, including helping clients create charitable giving strategies and assisting with the administration and grant-making activity of family foundations. Prior to joining Manchester, Amy practiced law, first in the San Francisco office of Clifford Chance and then in Denver at Wheeler Trigg Kennedy. Amy received her A.B. in Economics from Princeton University, and she received her law degree and M.B.A. from The University of Chicago. She is a member of the State Bars of California and Colorado. Amy enjoys a variety of community and athletic activities. She serves on the board of the Lobero Theatre and is a member of the Junior League of Santa Barbara. In college, she served as President of the Princeton Women's Rugby Football Club and was selected to the All-America team after the Princeton women won the national collegiate title in 1996. Today, Amy enjoys running, cycling, volleyball, alpine skiing, and water sports. Amy's Santa Barbara County roots go back five generations to the 1860s, when her great-great grandfather, Patrick Kinevan, was a station agent and rancher along the stagecoach line that ran from the Santa Ynez Valley to Santa Barbara.