Get to know Amy Sehring, Carlisle Consultant

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Hi!  My name is Amy Sehring. I was born and raised in Green Bay and have spent most of my adult life here.  I am a Carlisle Consultant representing fine women’s clothing and a community volunteer. Stephen, my wonderful husband of 27 years is a local Ob/Gyn.  We have three children, Reagan (21), Jacqueline (19), and Fritz (10).  In my free time I enjoy reading, tennis, ballet and spending time with friends and family.My love for dance blossomed with my involvement in ballet here in Green Bay. I was a founding board member of Northeast Wisconsin Dance Organization’s Annual Green Bay Nutcracker.  What started as a dream to provide young ballet dancers within the community a professional level dance opportunity, is in rehearsal for their 6th season at the Meyer Theater.   Each year, over 100 local dancers from different studios in Green Bay have participated in this annual event !  What a joy to watch these talented young dancers develop!   As much as I love dance, this will be my first opportunity to actually dance in front of a crowd. YIKES!

Sneak Peek of Amy and Jay’s Quick Step: 

Get to know a bit more about Amy:  

Describe your first dancing recollection. About how old were you and what was the occasion? My earliest memory of dancing was with my father. My father loved to dance.  When I was very young I would stand on the tops of his shoes as he waltzed me around the room.

Who is your favorite dancer of all time on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” and why?   I’m sure this puts me at a disadvantage, but my favorite dancer on ABC’s  “Dancing with the  Stars” is Betina’s partner – Donald Driver!  I loved his power, passion and his commitment to be the best!

Who is your dream dance partner? Rudolf Nureyev is my dream dance partner, Baryshnikov is too short for me!

Why support the American Red Cross with your participation? My grandfather was a soldier in France during World War I.  He often spoke of how the Red Cross was there providing relief in the trenches and compassion for the suffering.  I’m thankful for this opportunity to give back to an organization that does so much for our soldiers far from home, as well as to our neighbors close by.