My name is Amy Davidson and I live in Shelby Township, MI with my wonderful husband, Branden, a daughter, Tessa, and a son, Zachary who has WS. We like being outside with the kids especially swimming in our pool and spending time with friends and family. I am a CPA, working as a tax and business adviser. I have been volunteering with the WSA for about three years, and also help with fundraising for the Royal Oak Walk. We have gotten a lot of support from friends and family since Zac's diagnosis at 6 weeks old. I enjoy spreading awareness of Williams syndrome and making connections with other families. There is so much to learn between the medical challenges, the education side, the therapies, etc. It is amazing to see how different but truly how similar our kids are. Our journeys are all different but yet the connections, the resources and information we share is priceless. I am so thankful to be able to make connections with so many families that I would never have met without the help of the WSA. As one of the Great Lakes regional chairs, I hope to help families by listening, providing resources, and support to families trying to navigate through the unique challenges and extraordinary gifts we call WS. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me for anything. If I haven't experienced it, I know I can connect you to someone who has or provided helpful resources. It takes a village to raise kids, and we are here to help.