Amy Loudermilk provides consultation and support regarding a variety of topics, including suicide prevention, violence and trauma, systems reform, and law enforcement officer safety and wellness. She assists states and institutions of higher education to provide comprehensive suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention services through EDC’s Suicide Prevention Resource Center.
Loudermilk specializes in working with minority communities and has deep expertise in the LGBTQ community in particular. She also has a track record of success in policy and government affairs at the state and federal levels.
Loudermilk holds an MSW in Organizational Leadership and Social Change from George Mason University and a BS in Political Science from Towson University.