Director of Alumni Engagement for Campus and Regional Programs
Amanda graduated from DePauw University in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in biology. In typical DePauw style, she embraced the liberal arts experience and returned to the University to join the Development and Alumni Engagement team in October 2015 after working more than two years in a water quality testing laboratory.
In her current role, Amanda is responsible for the planning and executing of all alumni and legacy related campus events, including Alumni Reunion Weekend, Old Gold & Family Weekend, and special events for the Washington C. DePauw Society. Additionally, she works with regional chapters across the country to host events in key cities.
Previously, Amanda worked in Annual Giving managing the Student Philanthropy Council, Senior Gift Drive, Parents Council, and the Faculty & Staff Campaign. As a DePauw student, Amanda was a member of Alpha Chi Omega, the Director of Scholarship for the DePauw Panhellenic Council, and was a Bonner Scholar. She interned at the Putnam County Museum for four years, where she enjoyed a wide range of responsibilities from exhibit creation to event planning. Outside of work, Amanda enjoys being with her fiancé and their two dogs and traveling the globe.