Amanda has been working for JUFJ since January 2017. She is part of a grant writing team that has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars of funding for JUFJ and the Collaborative for Jewish Organizing. She enjoys telling the stories of victories JUFJ wins alongside our partners in grant reports, and is grateful for the opportunity to help fuel JUFJ’s powerful changemaking work across our region.
Before working at JUFJ, Amanda was a JUFJ volunteer, worked as a program evaluator, and helped coordinate Jewish prayer groups. She has a masters in Public Policy with a focus on Poverty Alleviation from Brandeis University, and lives with her family in Adams Morgan.
Amanda uses she/her/hers pronouns.