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Amy Shallcross, P.E.

Amy Shallcross is the Manager of Water Resource Operations at the Delaware River Basin Commission. She has 34 years of experience as a hydraulic, hydrologic and water quality modeler for the assessment and support of reservoir operations, storm water management, combined sewer overflow controls and waste load allocation studies.

At the Commission, she manages water resource systems analyses related to climate change, sea level rise, drought and flow management, directing modeling and planning studies to assess the sustainability of water resource goals and resiliency of the basin to different stressors. Ms. Shallcross engages stakeholders in water resource planning activities and works extensively with government agencies to set management goals.

Ms. Shallcross chairs the Water Data and Science Committee and is the past chair of the Interstate Council on Water Policy, an organization formed to influence national water policy for the state and interstate water resource managers. She also serves on the Mid-Atlantic River Forecast Center Customer Advisory Board, providing the water resource manager's perspective on flood-related products developed for emergency managers and the public.

Previously, she worked for the New Jersey Water Supply Authority as a water resource engineer and watershed management planner. 

Shallcross is a licensed professional engineer in the State of New Jersey with a Bachelor's and Master's of Science in Civil and Water Resources Engineering from Tufts University.