As an avid birder, Amy knows how a proper set of gear and a well-crafted plan can make all the difference when locating rare migratory birds. Whether investigating first-rate binoculars to spot the elusive Blackburnian warbler, examining comprehensive field guides about Michigan bird species, or choosing perfectly pocket-sized notebooks for on-the-go notetaking, Amy diligently arms herself with the best tools to get the job done right.
Amy brings her impressive set of organizational skills to PSC, where she serves as the executive assistant for both the education and community and economic development teams. In this role, she schedules meetings, organizes calendars, and assists with event coordination and facilitation. She also supports her team members by ensuring they have the necessary tools to serve PSC’s clients well.
Amy comes to PSC from IMPCO Microfinishing, where she worked as an engineering coordinator. In this role, she coordinated engineering projects from idea to delivery, provided administrative support, and managed engineering and manufacturing schedules.
A Little More…
Education: ASA from Muskegon Community College
With PSC since: December 2019
PSC superpower: Daymaker—finding ways to make people’s days a bit brighter
Favorite part of working at PSC: How collaboration is the heart of every process
Why Michigan? The wide variety of outdoor pursuits—camping, kayaking, beaching, birding, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, and others