Amanda is a native New Yorker with over a decade of high-end hospitality, public relations/marketing and event experience. Prior to taking the helm at Food Book Fair, her past life in restaurants has seen her guarding the guest book at institutions including Gramercy Tavern and Maialino. She loves a good Negroni on the rocks. Listen in as she describes her journey from the kitchen to co-founder of a vibrant business based in New York and the challenges of leading a successful crowdfunding campaign.
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