Amanda Alampi is a social media strategist specializing in digital advocacy, developing campaigns to help advance human rights and social change. She currently leads global digital advocacy for Human Rights Watch as their Senior Campaigner. Previously, she worked at MWWPR as a Vice President in Digital Strategy overseeing a portfolio of public affairs, nonprofit and corporate clients including Voto Latino and the Anti-Defamation League's #StopHateForProfit campaign. Amanda also worked for Amnesty International USA where she oversaw social media, creative and brand for the U.S. Amanda is an alumni of the NYC based firm Sunshine Sachs working with clients like Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Center for Reproductive Rights, Alicia Keys' Keep a Child Alive and Malaria No More. Her digital advocacy work has been featured in outlets like TMZ, the Washington Post, Business Insider, Teen Vogue and the New York Post. Amanda currently teaches at Fordham University and NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, helping to empower the next generation of digital activists. She has a BA and MPA both from NYU.