Amanda Belue, MA
A driven, dynamic communicator, Amanda has spent the last decade working with museums and cultural institutions, on everything from collections to media relations. This experience has given her the ability to craft a diverse array of communications strategies across platforms, while never losing sight of the ‘why.’ She’s excited to bring this mission-driven practice to her role as an account supervisor on the Education, Labor, and Economy team.
“Do or Do Not. There is no try.” This simple concept ripped right from a 1980s cinematic masterpiece is Amanda’s life philosophy and has led her to work with amazing institutions all along the east coast, including the National Building Museum, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, and the University of South Carolina’s McKissick Museum. Most recently, she served as the Communications Writer for the Milken Center for Advancing the American Dream (MCAAD). While at MCAAD, Amanda was responsible for content strategy, writing, and editing for a variety of audiences and platforms.
Amanda holds a BA in History from Columbia College (S.C.) and received her MA in Museum Communication from University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
When she’s not working, you can find her outside with her trusty senior canine sidekick Onyx. When the weather (or the dog) refuses to cooperate, she spends her time crocheting or playing Dungeons & Dragons.