Amanda chairs the Defence & Group Relations Division, that focuses on protecting and progressing the freedoms, rights and security of British Jews, including by fostering good interfaith and community relations. This covers standing up against all forms of antisemitism, racism, anti-Israel extremism and bigotry. As a Deputy for The Hampstead Synagogue since 2012, she was Chair of BODSA (the Board’s Social Action Group) and the Board’s first Gender Equality Champion before being elected Vice President.

Outside of the Board, Amanda specialises in communications, responsible business and international development working and is a leading with multinational companies and international not for profits and is an acknowledged expert in corporate volunteering.

A mother of two grown up daughters, Amanda is married to Anthony. In those brief moments of leisure, she enjoys travelling and entertaining.

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