Amy D. Fox, Ph.D., P.Geo.
Amy Fox earned an undergraduate degree in Geology from the University of New Hampshire and a Masters and PhD in Geophysics from Stanford University. She started her consulting career in 1998 with GeoMechanics International (GMI) in Palo Alto, California. Between 2004 and 2007 she earned her doctorate, completing a thesis entitled “Characterization and Modeling of In Situ Stress Heterogeneity.” Immediately afterwards, GMI asked her to create a training program and career progression for their technical staff of 50+ people globally. Baker Hughes bought GMI in 2008, and in 2009 Amy moved into a corporate training and development role. In 2011 she returned to operations and moved to Canada, where she is now a licensed professional geoscientist with APEGA. She has authored or co-authored several articles for industry publications and enjoys giving lectures at luncheons and conferences. Extremely dedicated to her field, her every effort is an attempt to promote the understanding and application of the geomechanics discipline.
Amy hiking in Haida Gwaii, 2017