As associate provost for space programming and planning, Amy Bristol assists the vice provost in the management of, and planning for, space assets and associated resources for the University. Amy is responsible for advising academic and administrative managers in space organization and planning, and oversees the administration of classroom spaces and the annual funds associated with classroom maintenance and upgrades. In addition, Amy manages and supervises campus swing space for temporary needs as they arise. She also provides guidance and help in a variety of projects as an executive sponsor. Amy was previously the director of administration, finance and planning in the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton where she managed the School’s human, financial, and physical resources. Amy earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration as well as a graduate certificate in higher education administration, all from Northeastern University.