My name is Amber Crow (she/her/hers) and I’m a 2L at the University of Iowa College of Law. I’m originally from Truro, Iowa and graduated with honors from the University of Iowa in 2019 with a BA in Ethics & Public Policy, BA in Journalism & Mass Communications, and a Minor in Criminology, Law, & Justice. Before starting law school, I worked as a litigation paralegal in Des Moines, Iowa. Currently, I serve as the President of the First-Generation Professionals at Iowa Law, Cabinet Director of the Graduate and Professional Student Government, and Conference Co-Chair of the Organization for Women Law Students and Staff at Iowa Law. I’m part of the Pro Bono Society and work as a Student Ambassador for Iowa Law. Additionally, I sit on the Presidential Charter Committee on University Safety and Security, Presidential Charter Committee on Sustainability, and Council on the Status of Women.
As Cabinet Director for the Graduate and Professional Student Government, I look forward to zealously advocating on behalf of graduate and professional students while ensuring our operations and agenda move as effectively and efficiently as possible. I’m eager to assist our directors and collaborate on incredible initiatives that will leave a lasting impact for our students and community.
Outside of academics, I enjoy traveling and have been to 18 countries in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East! I’m also a dedicated fan of the Green Bay Packers, Iowa Hawkeyes, and supporting Team USA in the Olympics. I adore all animals and have two of the sweetest cats, Pippa & Gemma.