Amy is a registered architect and Senior Project Manager at DSK, with a focus on research and practice in green design, infrastructure, and housing. She led the development of the Green Island Initiative for Moskito Island in the British Virgin Islands, creating a holistic framework enabling the transfer of advanced green technologies to the Caribbean and beyond.
Amy has led several California-based master planning initiatives, navigating projects through complex Precise Development Plans. She managed the design of Human Needs Project’s green technology micro infrastructure project, Kibera Town Centre, in Nairobi, Kenya. Amy recently returned from a year in Finland researching green building technologies, healthful materials and pre-fabrication; WBUR aired her essay Letter from Finland.
At Harvard Green Campus Initiative, Amy was critical in the establishment of the High Performance Building Service, integrating sustainable strategies, innovative building technologies and best practices into pilot projects. In 2004, she recipient of the Alpha Chi Rho medal from the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Amy enjoys speaking on sustainable building design and has presented to Harvard’s Graduate School of Design Building Technology class, Phillips Academy faculty, Concord Academy students, Andover High School, and many elementary school classes. She has served as a guest critic at Tufts, Wentworth, and Phillips Academy and currently serves on the Andover Green Advisory Board.
Amy is often found reading with her kids, orienteering with her husband, or running after their dog.