Amy joined Gurstel’s Consumer Collection Department in 2012, where she worked until 2015 when she transitioned to the Commercial Litigation Department (the “CLD”) and was promoted to Director of that practice group in 2016. With Amy’s stewardship, the CLD focuses on commercial civil litigation, pre-suit through post-judgment collection remedies. She also works closely with Gurstel’s CEO and COO to develop new client relationships and enhance current client relationships, which include commercial collection agencies, local and national creditors, and other industry leaders. The aforementioned efforts have enabled Amy to expand the CLD into all of Gurstel’s seven states of practice.
Amy is a 2011 Cum Laude graduate of the William Mitchell College of Law and is licensed in Minnesota, Arizona, and Wisconsin. She is an active member of various commercial collection organizations, including serving as an Executive Council member within the Commercial Law League of America, the Young Professionals in Collections section of the Commercial Collection Agencies of America, and is involved with the International Association of Commercial Collectors.