Amanda Colligan supports Community Partners and fiscally sponsored projects through review of public and private grant agreements, and other revenue contracts. Previously, Amanda was the executive director of the Educational Consortium of Central Los Angeles, a bridge between nonprofits and local underserved schools. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Amanda was a public health researcher at UCLA and U-W Madison, where she studied the links between health and the environment. A desire to have a more direct effect led her to local advocacy and program implementation. Amanda received a master's in public health from Columbia University and a bachelor's in chemistry from Oberlin College. Out of the office Amanda is an avid active transportation enthusiast — biking and walking —always looking for new ways to see Los Angeles.