Amy Gerber is an Executive Vice President in the Business and Economic Incentives practice, a consulting division of Jones Lang LaSalle. Amy specializes in state incentive and tax negotiation and implementation. She utilizes her state and local tax background when working with economic development teams to interpret and change tax statutes that generate significant operating and tax savings for her clients. Amy is also the practice expert in the renewable and sustainable energy disciplines.
Amy Gerber has led and managed numerous multi-state incentive negotiation engagements for both office and industrial projects for clients including, Fiserv, Rockwood, CSC, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Owens Corning, New Belgium, Under Armour, Materne, Cisco Systems, and Bed Bath & Beyond. Amy comes to Jones Lang LaSalle as a Staubach Company legacy employee. Prior to joining the Staubach Company Amy worked at KPMG, LLP.
Amy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Montana State University. She is a member of the Georgia Traditional Manufacturers Association and a Board member with the Georgia Chamber of Commerce. Amy is a top producer within Jones Lang LaSalle and received the 2011 Industrial Deal of the Year award in Atlanta.