Amanda Moore

Deputy Director, Gulf Program, National Wildlife Federation

Amanda joined the National Wildlife Federation’s team in 2009. As NWF’s Deputy Director, Gulf Program, Amanda leads program strategy and management throughout the Gulf region. In Louisiana, she works with government officials, community leaders, and coastal science experts to address coastal land loss and increase community resilience. Amanda has led the MRGO Must Go Coalition since 2009 and was part of NWF’s oil spill response team in 2010, working the front lines of the BP disaster to raise awareness about impacts and engage advocates to support restoration. Amanda currently serves as an executive board member of Florida Wildlife Corridor. Prior to joining NWF, Amanda worked on Gulf Coast environmental issues, including serving as Associate Regional Representative for Sierra Club in Florida where she focused on voter education and coastal pollution issues. She holds a B.S. in Political Science from the University of Mary Washington and a Master’s of Public Administration from the University of South Florida. Amanda resides in St. Petersburg, Florida and takes her kids to the beach every chance she gets.

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