Amy Aubry, MPA, works in policy research and legislative analysis for local government in Metro Detroit. Her work is focused on health and human services, public safety and homeland security, economic development, youth services, and government operations.

In 2005, Amy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Oakland University where she also served as President of Pi Sigma Alpha, Nu Omega Chapter. After graduation she worked in real estate as a Special Projects Coordinator and Government Sales Manager. She later returned to the academic world and in 2011 she received her Master of Public Administration from Wayne State University. She is also a member of the American Society for Public Administration.

During her tenure at Wayne State, she interned with Hospice of Michigan on fundraising and development efforts and worked for Wayne State University’s Center for Urban Studies. She worked at Wayne State’s Center for Urban Studies as a Research Technician, Team Leader and Peer Mentor on the Economic Development Research Team. The Team’s task was to review economic tools, through literature reviews, that could be utilized by different levels of government and determine their usefulness in stimulating economic development.

In addition to her work in the field of public administration, Amy has volunteered with Clean Water Action and the Detroit Zoological Society. Her personal interests are in protecting the environment, sustainable living, and urban farming. She has a passion for working with small animal pet rescues and gardening. She lives with her two house rabbits and two dogs.

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Staff Editor at The Urbanist Dispatch
Amy Aubry works for local government in Metro Detroit and has a Master of Public Administration from Wayne State University. Her interests are in the environment and economic development.
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