VP of Community Development and Impact
Amanda has more than a decade of experience in community development and corporate philanthropy. She oversees Numerica’s philanthropic and financial education programs.
A Spokane native, she's received a pair of degrees from Eastern Washington University. She graduated in 2009 with her bachelor’s in public relations. In 2016, she earned a master’s in communication studies.
Amanda is heavily involved with her home community. She serves on the Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition board of directors. She also supports Lutheran Community Services, Innovia Foundation, and YWCA Spokane, among others.