2017 Fellows on a field trip during the month-long training program.—Kevin McCann, 2017 Fellow


282 Fellows

58 Countries

All 7 Continents

Consultant/Co-Founder at Martin-McCoy

Tucson, AZ 85716-4143
United States of America

Inspired by the ways in which water shapes cultures, carves landscapes, and connects people, Amy has spent the past two decades traversing the complexities of water challenges at the intersection of governance, science, and social justice. Amy earned a bachelor’s degree in environmental biology from Yale University; a master’s degree in environmental studies from the University of Southern California; and a PhD in Arid Lands Resource Sciences from the University of Arizona, and served in the United States Air Force as a communications officer and athlete. Following her military service, Amy was an environmental planner for CH2M Hill, an ecologist with the Sonoran Institute, and a director at AMP Insights before co-founding Martin & McCoy LLC. In addition to consulting, Amy is also a research associate with the University of Arizona where she teaches and connects water professionals with U of A faculty and students to pursue research collaborations. Amy is based in Tucson, Arizona, loves the smell of Sonoran Desert rain, and sharing a good laugh with family and friends.