WILMA’s Leadership Institute: Meet Amy Newberry
Snapshot of this year's Leadership Institute members
WILMA’s 2022 Leadership Institute, an annual nine-month program, gives area women the opportunity to learn from leaders in the region, visit a range of local companies, and serve as each others’ personal board of directors.
The program is part of WILMA’s Women to Watch Leadership Initiative, created to help develop more women leaders in our area.
Meet institute member AMY NEWBERRY.
Title: Owner/Founder and Pelvic Physical Therapist
Company: Pelvic Prescription Physical Therapy & Wellness
Company Start Date: August 2021
Alma Mater: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Augusta University; Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise & Sport Science from the University of Georgia
Prior career experience: I have experience working with women and men struggling with bladder, bowel, and sexual health changes, pregnancy and postpartum rehab, and chronic pelvic pain conditions such as endometriosis and interstitial cystisis or bladder pain syndrome. I have additional experience working with orthopedic injuries and fitness athletes.
Current job responsibilities: I help active women gain confidence to be leakage-free and pain-free with exercise and intimacy. I host local workshops in our community to educate and empower women about their bodies and pelvic health as well!
Hobbies: On the weekend you will find me outside collecting seashells and shark teeth on the beach, hiking, or paddleboarding or playing with my fur babies.
To learn more about WILMA’s Leadership Institute and Initiative, go to wilmamag.com/women-to-watch.
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