Amy provides facility planning and interior design support to the Libraries' Facilities Planning & Construction Office. She assists with capital project planning and management for projects performed in collaboration with Facilities Real Estate Services (FRES) Project Managers, the Office of the University Architect and the Libraries’ Financial and Administrative Services Offices.
Amy is an interior designer who brings wide ranging experience to projects big and small in an academic setting. Before coming to Penn, she led numerous space planning, interior design and furniture procurement efforts, and worked on a variety of space types commonly found in libraries including seminar rooms, offices, workstations and public gathering spaces. Amy has a strong interest in design problem solving, an extensive knowledge of materials and resources, and is a creative designer with an eye for detail and organization. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from Northern Arizona University.