Amy Rudolph joined the Madrone Trail Board in November of 2013. Amy is a former Waldorf student and the daughter of a Waldorf teacher. Amy received a BS in Anthropology from the University of Oregon. After graduation Amy spent 6 years in Colorado where she worked on Behavioral Genetics projects at the University of Colorado and studied to be a massage therapist. After returning to Oregon 10 years ago, Amy began working in Waldorf early childhood education. Amy taught for three years at Madrone Trail as the Kindergarten Teacher and is currently a teacher at Star of the Morning Children’s center in Jacksonville. Amy has been working with children for over 13 years and in Waldorf Education for over 8 years. Amy’s interests include knittings, crafting, gardening, beekeeping, sustainable living and early childhood development.