Amy is a senior Project Manager and Environmental Planner with more than 22 years of wide-ranging project experience spanning regulatory agency, military, tribal, international, local government, and community-based environmental programs and clients, and involving the preparation of complex analysis documents, management plans, policy guidance documents, and media content. She has managed large, complex NEPA projects that include both EAs and EISs and associated stakeholder involvement and agency interactions; public outreach, input, and coordinated client response; the conduct of public presentations and hearings, trainings, and team building workshops; and successful conflict mitigation, dispute resolution, and advanced negotiation facilitation.

Amy earned a Master of Science degree in Conservation Ecology and Sustainable Development and a Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology, both from the University of Georgia.