Amy K. Brinker is the Sustainability Manager at Kamehameha Schools. Prior to joining KS, Amy was the Director of Policy at KYA Sustainability Studio, a B Corporation and sustainability consultancy. Amy graduated from the William S. Richardson School of Law with certificates in Native Hawaiian Law and Environmental Law. In her last year of law school, she was the producer of TEDxRichardsonLawSchool and launched the “Legalize Pa’i ‘Ai” movement with her bumper stickers, eventually leading her to draft a bill which helped the community indigenize the law. She was previously a facilitator of the Honolulu Living Building Challenge Collaborative, a member of the State Water Conservation Advisory Board, and president of the Hawaii Food Policy Council.