Amy Seeboth, AICP
Amy joined UW-Platteville in October of 2012. Prior to this, she spent four years as planning manager of the five-county Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SWWRPC). Here, she led a nationally-recognized sustainability initiative, developed bicycle and pedestrian plans, and researched market opportunities for local food production. Amy has also worked on an organic farm, coordinated a CSA (community supported agriculture) program for the Maine Department of Agriculture, and, while a student, enjoyed holding leadership roles in a variety of campus organizations. Amy has a Master of Science degree in Urban and Regional Planning from UW-Madison and a Bachelor of Art degree in Anthropology from Lawrence University. Amy loves gardening, being outdoors, and spending time with her husband and two sons.
Kelly Shea joined the Office of Sustainability in 2014 as Surplus Manager. Kelly was born and raised in Platteville, Wisconsin and graduated from UW-Platteville with a degree in Business Management. She has an extensive background in working with auctions which provides her some insight in managing the surplus program. Kelly enjoys working with people and looks forward to making the new “Surplus Store” a very successful program. Kelly works part time, for more information about her hours and the Surplus Program, visit www.uwplatt.edu/go/restore
Office: 306 Royce Hall (map)
Mary joined the Office of Sustainability in January 2017. Mary brings over twenty years of experience in the environmental field to our program, including prairie restoration, administration of multi-county programs for non-metallic mining reclamation and rail corridor preservation, and environmental planning. Among responsibilities, Mary will be helping our office track sustainability indicators and, in the summer, grow the most beautiful vegetable gardens ever! Mary has a Bachelors degree in Scientific and Technical Communications and a Masters of Science degree in Forestry- Wetland Ecology, both from Michigan Technological University.