Emerging Leader Fellow
Program Manager for Public Art, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture
Amy is the Program Manager for Public Art with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, leading the dynamic team charged with overseeing investments in generative artmaking in the public realm. Her work as an administrator and urban planner is rooted in participatory process and the understanding that public art is central to how we construct public space in cities. Amy brings over 10 years of experience and knowledge as a public servant and nonprofit leader that includes serving in management roles at the Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and as a Legislative Aide for a Seattle City Council member. Beyond that, her experience in policy analysis, nonprofit management, and community organizing spans New York City, New Orleans, and Seattle. Amy received a Master’s degree in Urban Policy and an undergraduate degree in Urban Studies from the New School in New York.