Amanda is currently the Business Manager for the Entura Clean Energy and Water Institute, responsible for strategic development and operations including partnership development, client engagement, course development and oversight. Amanda has over twenty years’ experience in multi-disciplinary research and practise on a wide range of environmental, social and economic topics. She has a research background in politics, sociology and risk, as well as experience in clean energy and water consulting and strategy planning. Amanda also holds a dual role at Entura as a Program Manager in the strategy and marketing team working closely on business strategy and planning, including KPI reporting and contributing to market development activities. Amanda has over twenty years’ experience in multi-disciplinary research and practise on a wide range of environmental, social and economic topics. Amanda has considerable experience in managing complex environmental approvals for large infrastructure projects and in developing strategies and plans and evaluating their success. Amanda is married and lives in Lindisfarne with her husband and 6 year old twins.