Amy Matush

Board Member

Amy attended her first Big Train game in 2012. Povich Field set the stage for some of her most cherished family memories and the foundation for friendships that will last a lifetime. Amy was born and raised in Monongahela, a small steel town south of Pittsburgh, PA and received her Masters in Community Health Education from West Virginia University. Amy moved to the DC area in 1999 and started her career at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in 2000.  She is currently the Chief of the Ethics and Management Analysis Branch at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), NIH.  Amy lives in Potomac, with her husband David and two sons Austin and Owen. They have hosted players since 2018, and Amy has served as one of the Host Family Coordinators since 2021. In addition to being a huge Big Train fan, Amy cheers for her Steelers and Penguins! But what brings her the most joy is watching Austin and Owen play baseball!