Associate Director, AgTech
Amanda is a qualified chartered accountant who is passionate about contributing to the strategy and successful future of Australia’s agricultural industry and the growing AgTech market.
Amanda works with stakeholders across government, industry, universities and startups to help drive innovation and investment into the agribusiness and food and fibre sectors. She led the research on the KPMG and StartupAus AgTech report, Powering Growth: Realising the potential of AgTech for Australia.
Amanda is a mentor for the Sunshine Coast's first food accelerator supporting food startups to develop their business strategies, products and position for profitable growth. She has presented at various industry and innovation forums, authored an article for The Land and appeared on The Next Five Years with Bernard Salt show for Sky Business News.
In over 11 years at KPMG, Amanda has worked as an external auditor in various national and regional business development and marketing roles. Her areas of focus include market and business strategy, marketing, innovation, and research.
Master of Professional Accounting, Griffith University
Bachelor of Commerce (1st Class Honors - Marketing), Griffith University
Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia