Pennsylvania iMapInvasives Coordinator
Amy Jewitt serves as the iMapInvasives Coordinator for the state of Pennsylvania, a position based out of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program. By serving in this lead administrative role, Amy maintains a constant flow of new data coming into the database, provides broad-based support to new and "super" users, and trains individuals and organizations in the applications of this unique on-line tool.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Science with minors in Horticulture, International Agriculture, and Leadership Development from The Pennsylvania State University.
In her spare time, Amy enjoys kayaking, gardening, planting trees, and playing with her English springer spaniel 'Izzie'.