Hi there! My name is Amy Daumit. I am a teacher, writer, speaker, and free spirit. I have undergraduate degrees in Elementary and Early Childhood Education and a Juris Doctorate. I have had the full-blown “corporate” job, and worked for years teaching. What I really love, however, is teaching, writing, helping others, and sharing in their journey.
Blogging became a part of my personal journey to healing and soon blossomed into a book; forget me not, learning to live with me and for me. The book became the inspiration for Forget Me Not Advocacy Group, a nonprofit focused on stopping domestic violence before it starts, through education and community awareness, while supporting those who are healing from abuse.
I’ve been following that dream for a number of years now, working to create an environment where I am able to teach and help others to find their authentic selves, live a life free from abuse and outside control, and be un-apologetically them.
While working to find the best way to reach these goals, I’ve taught English to children in China, blogged about domestic violence, gardening, and teaching at VIPKID, and did a short podcast entitled, Forget Me Not Radio – Taboo Topics.
Through all of these outlets, I have been able to integrate my love of teaching, writing, and of helping others. This year, everything started to click and Owl Path Learning Community was born!
Owl Path is a subsidiary of Forget Me Not Advocacy Group and is a homeschool resource center where young people can be who they are meant to be. Owl Path offers classes in everything from core content to electives. Furthermore, it is a community! Owl Path works in conjunction with, and through, Forget Me Not to reach our community with classes, workshops, and community activities.
You can learn more about Forget Me Not Advocacy Group or Owl Path Learning Community, by visiting their pages. I’m thrilled to be part of something with so much potential and am looking forward to seeing how our community will impact the lives of the next generation.