Amy will serve as Acting Research and Budget Planning Officer for the Northeast Fishery Science Center in Woods Hole, MA through September 2021. She will assist with the strategic annual scientific and research budget planning process for the NEFSC for 2022. She will also assist the strategic implementation planning efforts of the Center’s offshore wind energy and fisheries science team. Amy joined NOAA in 2020 as a Project Manager in the Office of Habitat Conservation’s Restoration Center. She has a BS in Biology from Wheeling Jesuit University, a MS in Fisheries & Aquaculture from Auburn University, and a Graduate Certificate in Project Management from the University of South Florida.