Prior to joining ZwillGen, Amanda interned at Facebook, where she worked with the privacy policy team on issues related to cross-device tracking, advertising technologies, and privacy by design. Previously, Amanda interned at the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), where she assisted attorneys in the Bureau of Consumer Protection on the pretrial litigation process for deceptive advertising claims. Before that, Amanda spent a summer interning at Cvent, where she evaluated the operational impact of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) on current business processes.

Amanda graduated with honors from The George Washington University Law School. As a student, she served as a research assistant to Professor Daniel J. Solove focusing on consumer privacy and FTC enforcement actions. She was also a member of the Federal Circuit Bar Journal and Vice President of the Cyberlaw Students Association.

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