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SLOPPY’S DOWNTOWN Lover of the dance, Amy was a participant in the Whistle Stop’s 2017 Mad Hot Ballroom where she won the People’s Choice Award by raising $29,000 for The Whistle Stop.


Favorite thing about SWLA: The people! Her Southwest Louisiana friends have become a family, and are a wonderful, eclectic group who range in age from 20-70, from all races and religions.

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my, a Southeast Texas transplant who has called Lake Charles home for many years, has been promoted throughout Cheniere Energy, Inc. and currently works with Engineering and Production teams as well as External Communications. Formerly, she was an English teacher and graduated with her degree in English Education from McNeese State University. When she left the teaching field, she knew she wanted something to fill the void that teaching brought, as it enabled her to make a

Favorite place to go: Gigi’s Downtown. She loves a great workout in the cool, downtown atmosphere—not to mention the food at Fitness One Stop!

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difference. She now serves on various community boards within Cheniere Energy, Inc. She also loves to participate in community activities. Amy was named Philanthropist of the Year in 2017 by the Family and Youth Counseling Agency. She frequently volunteers with Abraham’s Tent, The Literacy Council, and The Oasis Women’s Shelter. Amy’s faith drives her to succeed. There have been times when just doing enough to get by has been really tempting, but the work of the cross and the hope that Christ is glorified through her drives her to do her best.

Favorite thing to do: She loves to go to Saturday Brunch and spend the rest of the afternoon working in her yard. Favorite SWLA food: Blue Dog Café’s Crawfish Enchiladas. Favorite festival: Arts and Crabs Festival.


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