Amanda has been working for JUFJ since January 2017. As a grant writer, she primarily writes grants, but she also assists with communications and operations as needed.
Before that, she volunteered for the Paid Family Leave Campaign, worked as a program evaluator, and was on the coordinating committee for Tikkun Leil Shabbat for five years. She has a masters in Public Policy with a focus on Poverty Alleviation from Brandeis University. She lives with her two young children and husband, Charles, in Adams Morgan, DC.