Amymarie R. Corriveau, PMP, CBAP
Amy Corriveau, a program management expert and certified business analyst focused on identifying, implementing and optimizing information management systems, has been focused on successful project delivery for almost 20 years. She’s helped utilities improve their operational performance in all stages of the process—from re-engineering of business processes to the integration of mission-critical systems to support financial and operation performance. Through the course of her project work, Amy has developed a specialty in engaging stakeholders to support change-oriented efforts. And as Director of Emerging Business Development for the firm, Amy collaborates with multi-disciplinary teams to analyze and explore ways that leverage technology solutions like PipeCAST to solve problems and achieve improved business outcomes.
What’s your favorite part of your job? I love the variety and complexities of my projects. I’m a classic “problem-solver” and thrive in an environment where I’m exposed to new concepts and challenges so I can learn and continuously improve. I love that my projects have the perfect blend of new concepts and innovation, technical and analytical challenges and people and change management.
What are your 3 non-work passions? I am committed to promoting STEM to elementary-aged children, especially young girls. I am also a big soccer fan. But spending time with my family is perhaps my biggest passion.
What’s your personal motto? I really like two famous quotes. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has” – Margaret Mead. And one from A.A. Milne: “Promise me you’ll always remember: you’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think."
It is through collaboration and teamwork that amazing things can happen.
In 2012, Amy graduated from the Water Environment Federation's Water Leadership Institute, an internationally competitive program designed to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship from leaders in the water sector.