Master of Urban Planning, 2005
Principal of Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group
Amy Williams is a principal of Taylor Siefker Williams Design Group, an urban design and planning firm with offices in Indiana and Kentucky. Amy leads the firm’s Louisville office. Her professional experience includes a range of planning and outreach projects with a focus on comprehensive plans, trail master plans, and policy development.
Amy is a certified planner through the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) and holds a master’s of urban and regional planning (2005) and a bachelor of urban planning and development (2004) from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning. She currently serves on multiple non-profit boards including serving as president-elect of the Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA), vice president of events for the Friends of the Ohio River Greenway, and vice president of Ball State University’s Urban Planning Alumni Board.
In 2013, Amy led the development of six comprehensive plans in Kentucky and Indiana. Communities ranged from small, rural towns to moderately-sized cities with issues from declining populations to redevelopment challenges to branding and identity. Amy is also integrally involved in the development of two world-class trail systems, the Louisville Loop and the Indianapolis Greenways. In 2013, Amy aided both of these communities with the route planning and design of a four-mile segment of the Louisville Loop as well as the development of the Indianapolis Greenways Master Plan
In her spare time, Amy enjoys cycling and is an avid scuba diver. She resides in Southern Indiana with her husband Brent.