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Amanda Stone

director

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com
L. Washington, DC
Amanda Stone

Contact Info

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com

L. Washington, DC

Life at FGS Global

Works with a wide array of corporate, non-profit, and foundation clients to design and execute communications strategies on food, agriculture, climate, and sustainability issues.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Food and markets communications and engagement at World Wildlife Fund. Formerly with the digital strategy team in the Obama White House.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Can be found most often dancing around with her two little kiddos and pup Kobe, probably while roasting veggies. Loves puzzles, fiction, movies, musicals, and plants.

As a Director on the Finsbury Glover Hering Food & Agriculture team, Amanda advises a wide array of corporate, non-profit, and foundation clients, designing and executing communications strategies on food, agriculture, climate, and sustainability issues.

Prior to joining the firm, Amanda served as the director of engagement and communications on markets and food issues at World Wildlife Fund. In this role, she worked across teams to identify, convene, and build platforms to create awareness and generate consensus and action with targeted stakeholders and audiences. She developed and implemented strategies and stories to inspire behavior change and translated complex topics for varied audiences and multi-platform messaging.

Before joining WWF, Amanda worked in the Office of Digital Strategy for the Obama White House, serving as the deputy director of technology and platforms. She managed content, campaign planning, governance, contracts, and technical development and integration across digital platforms.

Before joining the Administration, she worked in digital strategy, content and platform development, and strategic communications and project management at National Wildlife Federation, Forum One, and the Worldwatch Institute. Earlier in her career, she oversaw art departments in the television and film industry at 20th Century Fox Television, Bad Robot, Disney, and Showtime.

Amanda earned a master's degree from the University of Michigan in sustainability, with a focus on policy, communication, and behavior change, and has a BS from Northwestern University in television, film, and business.

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