LANSING – Acting Deputy State Treasurer Anne Wohlfert today announced that Jessica Moy has been named executive director of the Michigan Infrastructure Council.
Moy will be coordinating the efforts of the MIC to bring together local utility and infrastructure owners, regional representatives, finance and policy experts and state department leaders to coordinate infrastructure-related goals and develop a long-term strategy for Michigan’s infrastructure assets.
Under state law, the MIC is tasked with constructing the statewide asset management database, facilitating the data collection strategy and producing a 30-year infrastructure investment strategy for the state of Michigan.
“Jessica’s diverse background is a great benefit to the council and its members,” Wohlfert said. “She brings more than 20 years of experience across academia, government and the private sector and provides a proven ability to apply action-oriented problem solving to one of the most critical issues facing our state.”
Moy has served as the director of the remote sensing and geographic information systems research and outreach services program at Michigan State University and led the Office of Technology Partnerships within the Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget. Most recently, she held executive roles in two business and IT consulting companies.
Additionally, Moy has a demonstrable history of driving high standards and measurable outcomes in a collective environment. She has analyzed statewide datasets and advised on policy implications, implemented enterprise information technology solutions and led numerous cross-boundary teams across government, nonprofit and private sectors.
Moy holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in geography with a concentration in GIS and cartography from Michigan State University.
To learn more about the Michigan Infrastructure Council, go to www.michigan.gov/mic.