Amy Ingles

 

Previous Degrees:

Masters (Dual Degree in Civil Engineering (Transportation) and City Planning), Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013

BS in Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011

AS in Recording Arts, Full Sail University, 2003

Hometown:

West Palm Beach, FL

Thesis Topic:

Utilizing Health Impact Assessment as a tool for considering health impacts in transportation performance management

Awards/Scholarships/Honors:

Class of 1957 Alumni Scholarship, Spring 2010

Nadia and Robert Tyson Scholarship, Spring 2010

Biography:

After finishing her degree from Full Sail in 2003, Amy began working as a project manager at an audio/video installation company called TSAV in Athens, GA.  After 2 years, she decided to return to college and follow her passion for Transportation Engineering and Planning.  In 2006, she enrolled for classes Gainesville State College, and then transferred to Georgia Tech in 2007 as a sophomore in the Department of Civil Engineering.  She worked three semesters as a co-op student for a site development firm called Foresite Group out of Norcross, GA.  During the spring semester of 2010, Amy attended Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Scotland through a study abroad program, where she learned about sustainable business practices and environmental management systems in the United Kingdom.  Amy is currently the founder and President of Students for Progressive Transit at GT, and an active volunteer at Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. In summer of 2012, Amy worked as a transit planning intern at the Atlanta Regional Commission where she worked on a number of projects that focused on  integrating transit information for all of the Atlanta region's transit service providers.

In her spare time, Amy likes to run, perform aerial dance, and travel.

Contact Information:

Emailaingles3@gatech.edu