Amy Griffiths recently graduated from Rice University with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, a minor in energy and water sustainability, and a certificate in Spanish and intercultural communication. Amy was inspired to pursue a career in transportation while studying abroad in college (in Buenos Aires, London, Paris, and Gothenburg), because she saw firsthand the connection between well-planned transportation networks and the vibrancy of the local community. Prior to returning to Kittelson, Amy spent two months in Copenhagen researching inclusive and sustainable bicycle transportation design as part of the Wagoner Fellowship. She is enthusiastic about helping plan and design more sustainable, more inclusive, and more enjoyable cities through her professional work. Outside of work, Amy loves spending time outdoors: bicycling around PDX, hiking up mountains, and running by the Willamette River.