Amanda joined Keystone in 2017 and is a Sr consultant in the Boston office. Prior to joining Keystone, Amanda was a Product Manager for Symbotic, a robotics start-up in the material handling industry. Before graduate school, Amanda was an engineer in General Electric’s Healthcare division where she was a member of the Edison Engineering Development Program and worked on several diagnostic imaging technologies.
Amanda holds an MBA from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar), an MS from the University of California - Berkeley in Electrical Engineering, and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering. At UC Berkeley, Amanda was a member of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center where her research focused on wideband, low-GHz wireless receiver front-end integrated circuits.
When not helping to deliver transformative insight to clients, you are likely to find Amanda in an art museum, at a farmer’s market, or in the woods hiking.