Amanda Crumley
Founder, Crumley Communications & Public Strategies

Amanda Crumley runs Crumley Communications & Public Strategies where she provides strategic planning and communications advice and creates public relations campaigns for a range of clients. She has a nearly twenty-year track record of success in communications and public affairs reaching across the political, entertainment, non-profit and corporate landscapes. As a long time Democratic political campaign advisor, Amanda has devised communications strategy and advised candidates in winning campaigns across the country.

She is a veteran of three presidential and numerous local and statewide campaigns, and spent more than four years in the Clinton White House. She has served as communications director for Governor Tom Vilsack of Iowa, and as communications director on the winning gubernatorial campaigns of Governors Mike Easley (D-North Carolina) and Mark Warner (D-Virginia), and for gubernatorial candidate Phil Angelides (D-California). In 2004, Crumley was the Deputy State Director for Senator John Kerry’s presidential campaign in the winning battleground state of Pennsylvania. Campaigns & Elections, the nation's leading magazine for political professionals, named Crumley as a “Rising Star of Politics” in 2002.

Crumley also previously served as Vice President of Advocacy & Public Affairs for Lifetime Television Networks, where she developed and managed public affairs and advocacy campaigns for the network.

Amanda sits on the Board of Directors of the Getty House Foundation in Los Angeles and is active with the Clinton Foundation Millennium Network.