Assistant Professor of Social Work
Field Director of Social Work
Amy Butler graduated from Judson in 2009 with a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Religious Studies. During her time at Judson, she was a member of the IHSA Equestrian team, a Resident Assistant in Kirtley Hall, the Community Service Representative for S.G.A., and an intern at local non-profit Sowing Seeds of Hope. In addition to her degree from Judson, she also holds a Master of Divinity in Theology from Truett Seminary and an M.S.W. with a concentration in Community Practice from Baylor University. During her graduate studies, Amy gained experience in working with non-profits and churches to address local needs through the utilization of development and empowerment models for community change. After completing her M.Div. and M.S.W. degrees, Amy lived in Kampala, Uganda and worked with a ministry serving urban refugees. She returned to Judson as Director of Faith-Based Service and Learning in July 2016. In the Fall of 2020, she began serving as an Assistant Professor and Field Director in the Social Work Department.