Welcome to StoneOakInfo.com - Your source for news, information, events, shopping and services in the Stone Oak community of San Antonio, Texas. StoneOakInfo.com is your primary source for information relating to local business, schools, government, real estate, healthcare, your neighborhood, and your community.
The Right at HOME Video e-magazine is a unique digital publication which features stories about the people, places and items of interest in, around, the far north neighborhoods of central San Antonio. Please watch our embedded videos, read our monthly stories and support our local businesses.
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Amy Morgan has been the sole writer/copy editor of Right at HOME for more than five years. She contributes to several local publications and organizations on a free-lance basis, including 14 years with The Beacon, as well as the San Antonio Marriage Initiative. She writes articles, brochures, award applications, blogs, web content and moderates webinars. In 2021 Amy completed the Mid-Career Journalism Institute with World News Group.
After earning a journalism degree from Texas Christian University, Amy worked in medical marketing and pharmaceutical sales, wrote a monthly column in San Antonio's Medical Gazette and was assistant editor of the newspaper at Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas before stepping back to raise her two sons.
She was recognized in 2015 as a PTA Texas Life Member and in 2017 with a Silver Presidential Volunteer Service Award for volunteer service at Johnson High School. She serves through her church and ministries such as True Vineyard and Bible Study Fellowship, where she is a group leader. Amy and her husband, Steve, have been married for 27 years.