The Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance is thrilled to introduce our newest member of the Alliance team, Amy Kuszak, as Community Planning Director
Amy has an impressive background for the position, having worked in Teton County in a variety of Planning roles over the past two decades. She was a member of the Teton County Planning Department for nearly nine years as a Senior Planner and Environmental Planner. Prior to that, she was an environmental analyst and wetland scientist for Pioneer Environmental Services in Jackson, advising property owners on how to comply with Teton County Land Development Regulations (LDR’s) and Federal law.
She has also worked as a self-employed Environmental Planner working on Teton County’s Natural Resource Overlay, coordination of local and Federal document preparation and permit documentation for public and private development projects.
Amy also has experience as a GIS analyst and a transportation planner. She holds a BS in Geography and Anthropology from Hunter College – CUNY, Cum Laude, and engaged in graduate study at San Diego State in Geography, focused on Resource and Environmental Quality.
We are both thrilled and gratified that she will apply her considerable knowledge and experience to support the Alliance’s work to promote responsible planning in Teton County as defined in the Comprehensive Plan, the LDR’s and our founding heritage as the Jackson Hole Alliance for Responsible Planning.
Amy and her family live in Wilson.
Please welcome Amy to the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance.