As a college graduate, Amy was unsure what to do with her degree in art history and architectural history. She began working at a consulting firm where she worked with urban planners, and that’s when she discovered urban planning as a career. She continued on to graduate school, earning a masters in urban planning, planning and historic preservation from New York University.
Amy leads our firmwide Federal Practice, bringing a deep knowledge of the unique needs of government clients, an understanding of procurement and design processes, and a strong reputation for excellence in design and customer service. Her experience includes urban design, land-use planning, community development and urban revitalization with private and government clients including the General Services Administration, the Department of Interior, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.