Amy Smith is a project administrator for Kitware’s Computer Vision Team located in Clifton Park, New York. As project administrator, she supports our project leads and helps maintain relationships with our customers. She assists with the execution of computer vision projects that relate to AI, object detection and recognition, tracking, activity recognition, anomaly detection, 3D reconstruction, image forensics, image enhancement, and other related areas.
Before joining Kitware, Amy was part of the internal technical services team at Momentive Performance Materials, also known as GE Silicones.
Amy received her bachelor’s degree in mathematics and biology from Union College.
B.S. in mathematics and biology from Union College
Get to Know Amy
Why did you want to become a Kitwarean? The company is so unique and interesting, and the culture seems just amazing. I was so impressed with everyone that I spoke with during my day-long interview. It made me so excited to be a part of such an impressive group of people.
What do you love most about what you do? I am very task driven and most enjoy keeping a team organized and on schedule.
Share something interesting about yourself that is not on your resume. I enjoy gardening, cooking and spending time with my family. My son is a freshman at SUNY Polytechnic Institute majoring in Nanoscale Engineering and my daughter is a sophomore at Shenedehowa High School with a future interest in graphic design.