Amy started her career in the science industry, both as an analytical chemist and later as a researcher in the field of neuroscience. She later joined HDR's Adaptive Analytics team where she performed demand-and-capacity-planning and helped pioneer the use of a new simulation tool for process improvement that creates virtual environments of real data, processes, and capacity to test scenarios before they are implemented. Today, she uses her passionate analytical mind as a Strategic Innovation Designer, using human-centered design to produce game-changing ideas. Amy is fiercely devoted to her family and friends. She enjoys running, language, art and music.