Amanda holds a range of roles within the healthcare, regulation, local government and national sport sectors. She sits on investigation and disciplinary panels for several national organisations including a statutory healthcare register. Amanda is a member of the judiciary, a magistrate, on the Cambridgeshire bench for criminal and family cases as well as sitting on disciplinary panels at a national level for England Netball, The Football Association and British Canoeing.
Amanda is the Independent Person for a number of authorities including The Broads Authority and City of London Corporation where she is consulted on member complaints as well as sitting on various renumeration, appeals and grant funding panels.
She is a non executive director for a non statutory accredited register of healthcare professionals and she works with three medical Royal Colleges at a national level – most notably with the Royal College of Surgeons where she is a lay member of their invited review team.
She has a background in marketing and communications, with over 20 years’ experience within large and medium sized FMCG businesses running large scale campaigns and managing numerous teams.