About Amanda


Amanda has built a portfolio of industry and academic experiences examining the interactions among social structures, technology, and individual decision-making. Currently, she translates ethical principles into practice in her role as a Responsible Innovation Manager at Accenture. Her research applying biomedical ethics to next-generation technologies, as she works toward her doctoral degree from the University of Michigan, has been recognized by the NIH’s Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genetics fellowship and the opportunity to design and lecture in the University’s Data Science Ethics course.

Prior, she worked as a strategist for J.P.Morgan’s Blockchain team that developed Quorum, a privacy-preserving version of Ethereum. As a research assistant to Yale University’s Professor Theodore Marmor, she analyzed Medicare during its 50th anniversary. And at McGill University, she worked with Dean Antonia Maioni to compare the welfare states of the U.S. and Canada while completing her B.A. in Economics and North American Studies.