Amanda has over 15 years of experience in energy project finance, development, and the procurement of renewable and traditional energy generation. In her current role, Amanda manages power procurement and energy infrastructure development for Google’s global data centers. As part of her role, Amanda leads the execution of renewable energy power purchase agreements for Google, which has secured over 5 gigawatts of renewable energy, making Google the largest annual corporate offtaker of renewables in the world.
Prior to joining Google, Amanda was the director of investment structuring at Macquarie Infrastructure Company (MIC)’s Renewable Energy subsidiary, where she was responsible for sourcing, diligencing, and structuring utility and distributed renewable energy. Earlier in her career, Amanda placed over $140 million of solar tax equity investments at Chevron Energy Solutions, and developed utility scale solar projects at Agile Energy. She was a senior investment banking analyst at Merrill Lynch & Co., and began her career at General Electric Energy Financial Services where she managed energy project financings and portfolio divestitures.
Amanda holds an MBA from The Wharton School of Business and a BA in Business Administration with Honors from Boston University’s School of Management.