"When I received my design degree, I didn't want to make the world a prettier place, though I think aesthetic is important. I really wanted to make the world a better place."
While Amy wears many hats, her balance is impeccable. From overseeing the design team in both Austin and Houston to leading the Healthcare/LifeScience market sector and handling all things marketing, she works her left brain and right brain to ensure McCoy Rockford team members and clients have exactly what they need. Her design background — both her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Purdue University with a focus on interior design and experience at a design architectural firm — and marketing and branding experience from her time in business development have melded to help Amy hit many homeruns.
And did we mention, one of Amy’s favorite hats is a baseball cap? Whether she’s cheering on the Astros or her 3 sons, you can find her at the baseball field. In general, Amy’s good-natured competitiveness helps drive her and those around her to be their best, and her curiosity for learning anything makes her the go-to team player around the office.
An avid runner and spinner, Amy not only sets the pace on the trail, but she is a leader in making a difference at McCoy Rockford and shaping clients’ environments.
Favorite Commercial Furniture Piece: Steelcase Surround Unit. It’s made for the patient environment, because it was designed with the small details and the end in mind – I love that it services a purpose in so many ways in helping the family with comfort and engagement with their loved one and the staff.
Where Do You See McCoy Rockford in Five Years? Definitely growing our footprint in the Texas region. But I also think the definition of commercial interiors will expand, and I think we will be reinventing and developing new services for what our clients need in the built environment.