Office: Old Main, Room 424 B
Amy Hord joined the College of Education and Social Sciences in 2013. She received a B.S. in Social Work in 1996 and M.S. in Social Work in 2011, both from West Texas A&M University.
Amy has been a social worker for many years, serving most of her time as a medical social worker in hospital, hospice and outpatient care settings. She has worked as a regulatory surveyor and as a school mental health professional. She has stayed active serving in volunteer roles with numerous community service organizations.
Amy Hord teaches The Community and Applied Social Work Practice. She also spends time supervising undergraduate and graduate students at West Texas Family and Community Services, the social work department’s community outreach center.
Amy is a native of the Texas Panhandle. She and husband, Chris, have three sons: Dylan, Jacob and Joshua.
Amy enjoys cooking, reading, running, boxing fitness and most outdoor activities. She enjoys serving her community that she is proud to be a part of. Her favorite pastime is watching her kids who are active in boxing, soccer, baseball and football.