As Director of the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy, Amanda is working to build momentum for policies that help New Hampshire people make ends meet and be there for their families when they need to be. Prior to joining the campaign, Amanda co-founded the Environmental Health Strategy Center -- a public health advocacy organization based in Maine --and the Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine, a coalition working to phase out use of persistent chemicals from consumer products in favor of safer alternatives. Additionally, Amanda is a past President of the Maine Public Health Association; accepted the Giraffe Award from the Maine Children’s Alliance for her previous organization’s efforts “sticking their necks out” for Maine kids; and is a board member of the
Zack recently moved back to his native state of New Hampshire after graduating with a B.A. in Sociology from the College of Wooster in Ohio. Zack was an active student volunteer throughout college, serving as a mentor for kids in transition and helping advance student environmental advocacy efforts on campus.
Zack continues putting his passions into practice as a Field Organizer for the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy, where he focuses on building and mobilizing networks of engaged volunteers to help push family friendly policies forward.
Sandy was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in Miami Florida. A 2017 graduate of Sewanee the University of the South, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in International and Global Studies with minors in French and Spanish studies. As a student, Sandy was involved in a wide range of student led organizations and activities focused on social justice issues and celebrating and promoting the multicultural heritages of the student body.
Sandy is part of the campaign team through the Episcopal Service Corps Fellowship, a program of the Episcopal Church that provides a year of service to young adults who want to serve the community by promoting justice and turning faith into action