Amanda is a cultural organizer from Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang (Montreal) with an international and multidisciplinary background in the cultural, creative, non-profit, academic, social economy and community sectors. Shaped by her experiences co-founding a nonprofit arts organization in Los Angeles, designing peer-learning programs, participating in social movements, and providing development support to various nonprofit organizations and creative projects, Amanda is passionate about facilitating collaborative processes and co-developing systems and tools that foster anti-oppressive, caring, sustainable and learning cultures and practices. Having studied community economic development, visual and media arts, as well as strategic design and management, Amanda enjoys using popular education methods, community-based research, embodied and art-based approaches, design and systems thinking to support organizations with capacity-building, governance, strategic planning, program design, as well as fundraising and development.


Languages: English, French

Skill Areas: Strategic Planning // Communications Strategy // Board Training // Evaluation // Vision / Mission // Process facilitation // AGM Facilitation // Funding Development// Team & leadership development // Human Resources // Community research