Global Washington supports the global development community in Washington state that is working to create a healthier and more equitable world. Its members include large organizations such as The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Path and Microsoft as well as small non-profits. We promote our members, bring them together to spark new ideas and partnerships, and build a network of leaders improving lives around the world. Global Washington’s newsletter for its members focuses each month on a different topic concerning the development sector; i.e. global health and disease eradication, women’s economic empowerment, clean water and sanitation, human rights, etc.
Seattle is the epicenter of a global effort to beat back poverty and illness in the poorest corners of the world. Humanosphere is your go-to source for news, conversation and analysis about this effort as it unfolds.
Amanda has contributed to or been in acknowledged in 8 publications related to global health and social work services for immigrants and refugees.
The Association for Women in Communications (AWC) is a professional organization for women who work or aspire to work in communications-related fields. Through affinity groups, professional development events and social gatherings, Seattle AWC offers women the education and encouragement to grow their careers, build their professional networks, and become leaders. Amanda currently serves on the board as the E-Marketing Manager.
The Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) at the University of Washington investigates how environmental and workplace factors affect people’s health. We educate tomorrow’s health and safety leaders, collaborating with cross-sector partners to develop innovative solutions to some of the most urgent health challenges facing today’s workers and communities. We believe every person should have a safe place to work and a healthy neighborhood to call home.