Amy Brown, co-host of The Bobby Bones Show, did not plan on a career in radio. After finishing college at Texas A&M University, the Austin native started a career in sales, but randomly landed a job in radio after she met Bobby Bones at a restaurant. In 2006, she joined Bones as co-host of The Bobby Bones Show.

Inside and outside the studio, Brown is passionate about giving back. She donates her time to working with orphans in the U.S., Africa and Haiti, where she recently adopted two young children, and she utilizes her national platforms to raise awareness and funds for numerous charitable organizations including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, TJ Martell Foundation and the American Red Cross.In 2013, she launched #PimpinJoy, a movement promoting random acts of joy, which was created to honor her late mother Judy and the positive way she battled cancer. Growing rapidly and garnering national attention, the movement spurred the launch of a #PimpinJoy clothing line available at The Shop Forward, which has raised millions of dollars for various charities.

Amy’s husband is a pilot who spent 12 years in the Air Force, so she’s also active in supporting the men and women who serve our country. Fans can find more information about Amy @RadioAmyon Twitter and Instagram and RadioAmyAmy on Snapchat.
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