Amy Kuszak

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Amy Kuszak

Community Planning Director

Raised in western NY, Amy has spent time in New York City, San Diego and New Mexico before settling in
Jackson Hole.
Amy has 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. She has experience with local, state, and federal environmental policy and regulations.
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 the City University of New York at Hunter College and engaged in graduate study at San
Diego State in Geography, focused on Resource and Environmental Quality.
Amy lives in Wilson with her husband, three children, 2 dogs and cat. She loves to be outside hiking, biking,
skiing, paddle boarding, backpacking, and camping.

Email: amy@jhalliance.org
Phone: (307) 733-9417
685 S. Cache St. PO Box 2728
Jackson, Wyoming 83001