Amy Middleton is the Utilities Manager for the San Antonio River Authority. Her department includes Treatment, Collections and Maintenance. The River Authority serves approximately 35,000 connections on the eastern side of Bexar County.
While with the River Authority Amy also worked as a Senior Technical Engineer and Nature Based Parks Program Leader. She mentored several new staff and managed projects including Martinez IV WWTP and Collection Line Design Build; Upper Martinez WWTP Tertiary Filters Pilot Study; Upper Martinez WWTP Clarifier Rehabilitation; Salitrillo Screw Pump Replacement; force main installation in Somerset; Flood Debris Removal at FM 541 and Cibolo Creek which included a bridge demolition; Helton San Antonio River Nature Park Improvements; and rehabilitation of Martinez Creek Dams 1, 2, and 3.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in Government from University of Texas at Austin, a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with an Instructional Technology specialization from Houston Baptist University, a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from University of Texas at San Antonio.
Prior to her engineering career, Amy spent 2 years as an accountant and 10 years as an educator in Northside I.S.D, Harlandale I.S.D. and Boerne I.S.D, as well as an instructor for the University of Texas at San Antonio Computer Science Department.
Amy served as the WEAT South Texas Chapter Treasurer, TAWWA K-12 Education Committee Chair, and Project Management Seminar Chair. She currently serves as the San Antonio Chair for Water For People.
In her spare time, Amy is an ambitious gardener and enjoys walking with her husband and two dogs, Vance and Daisy.