Amy bases her leadership on the conviction that successful projects begin with building great relationships. She brings a focus on creative problem solving to every aspect of the work from developing a vibrant project team to ensuring building systems are fully integrated and supportive of design intent. As a Principal at Trivers, Amy’s experience includes a heavy focus on historic, civic and hospitality projects. She has extensive experience with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for both Rehabilitation and Preservation including the Old Post Office and the Old Courthouse in St. Louis.
Amy completed the CORO Women in Leadership, Class 64 program in 2015 and remains a respected mentor for women in architecture. She has had the opportunity to speak at many conferences on topics related to architectural practice as well as her design work in historic preservation and adaptive reuse. Amy serves on the Advisory Council for Women in Design+ Construction, the University of Michigan Taubman Alumni Council and recently became one of the first 30 Fitwel Ambassadors in the country. As an adjunct faculty instructor at Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Architecture, Amy pushes students to think about relationships as a catalyst and the broader impact and potential of architecture and design. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Studies from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan.
Friday, November 22
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM