Amanda has over twenty-two years Non-Executive Director experience including chair and audit and risk roles, and was CEO of a leading health organisation for 6 years. She is an Non-Executive Director of Duxton Farms Ltd (ASX-DBF), a Fellow and Faculty of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Adelaide, and a member of Chief Executive Women (CEW) and the International Women’s Forum (IWF) Australia.
Amanda has been a Visiting Scientist at Harvard University for over 4 years from 2017-2022 after being competitively selected as one of 40 global leaders as a Harvard Advanced Leadership Fellow in 2017. She sits on the global Advisory Practitioner Council for the Harvard Business School Impact-Weighted Accounts Initiative.
Her boutique board advisory work focuses on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)-strategy, reporting, upskilling; Health; and Corporate Governance.
Amanda’s PhD in 2007 focused on intensive care decision-support systems and earlier in her career she established and co-led an Intensive Care Unit for ten years. She is a former Telstra Business Women’s Award Finalist in two categories. In 2018 she joined the Hands-On group going to Sri Lanka, fitting 247 prosthetic hands to landmine victims during the visit.