Amanda Lanceplaine is a Program Associate for the Education program, managing a portfolio of grants for the K-12 Teaching and Learning strategy.
Previously, Amanda was a program associate with the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, where she managed grants focused on the system of care for children with special health care needs, and directed the California Community Care Coordination Collaborative. Prior to that role, she worked for the Legal Aid Association of California, managing their online platforms, and the Commission on Human Rights of the Philippines, conducting field research on human rights violations.
Amanda holds a master’s degree in international human rights, and bachelor’s degrees in political science and German. While earning her bachelor’s degrees, she lived in Austria and France. An animal lover, Amanda spends most of her time thinking about adopting more pets.