About Amy


Amy Fulmer was born and raised on the East Coast and grew up in Connecticut. Ms. Fulmer made her way to Los Angeles to attend The University of Southern California where she graduated from the College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences.

An entrepreneur her whole life; she is currently the Founder / Director of Recruitment for Futuretech Staffing whereby she has been overseeing all operations for 21 years.

As a result of Ms. Fulmer’s success, she was featured on a television interview by William Shatner on his program “Moving America Forward.” This interview highlights Ms. Fulmer and Futuretech Staffing as one of America’s top small boutique staffing agencies.

In 2014, Amy’s son tragically died; and her world both personally and professionally came crashing down.

As a means of healing through this tragic, long road ahead, Ms. Fulmer has authored a book aimed at parents and non-parents across the globe, who cope with grief daily. “Don’t Trip Potato Chip” has ushered in a new era for parents and all people who are looking for hard answers in the face of the deep loss of their loved ones. Her “Parent Survival Checklist” has been downloaded in over 50 countries by parents, families, and communities. Her list has become an acclaimed tool for those in grief.

As a result of her experience in parental grief, and the authoring of her book, she was invited to be a guest speaker at the Graduate Program of USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work. She has also been a featured guest on numerous interviews, podcasts and radio shows across the US.

Aside from raising her son, her writings and work with individuals and communities navigating the grief process is her proudest accomplishment!


To get in touch with Amy, you can reach her HERE or email her directly at amy@amyfulmer.com