Amanda Gambill joined MP&F in January 2015. She works with a variety of national and local clients on media relations, event planning, nonprofit campaigns and community outreach. Her clients include the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps program, Opry Mills, TriStar Health, and the Nashville Public Education Foundation – a winner of eight Nashville PRSA Parthenon awards and two IABC Awards of Excellence.
She graduated summa cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and minors in business communication and women’s studies.
In college, Amanda interned at MP&F and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and was a reporter at The Tennessean. She was also managing editor of Sidelines, the university’s editorially independent newspaper, and president of MTSU’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter.
In her free time, Amanda finds herself talking to most people about the news, feminism, Netflix, Hulu and her cat, Crema.