Amy’s is a face you might see often around the Puget Sound region, as she helps our clients define and enthusiastically carry out strategic communications and outreach strategies. Since before the Nisqually Earthquake, Amy has served as an external point of contact for Seattle media, citizens, and interest groups as Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement options were analyzed and hotly debated. She brings her knowledge of land use, natural resource, and infrastructure issues to bear every day as she answers questions, links up technical resources with project needs, and makes sure communications happen early, often, and in all directions. Amy’s experience also includes work on smaller infrastructure facilities, contaminated sites, and natural resource issues. If you see her walking down the street, just try to keep up.