Executive Director, Colorado Common Cause
Amanda Gonzalez is the executive director of Colorado Common Cause. As the executive director, Amanda leads democracy campaigns, fundraising, and engages local, state, and national organizations in building coalitions around Colorado. Amanda comes to the organization with a broad range of nonprofit and corporate experience.
She previously served as the policy analyst at FRESC: Good Jobs, Strong Communities (now United for a New Economy), executive director of the Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy, and Research Organization (CLLARO), the program director at the Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable, and the CEO of PTB Management. She is current a board member at the Colorado Fiscal Institute, Focus Points Family Resource Center, New Era, and the Colorado Hispanic Bar Association. Amanda has a BA from Occidental College and a JD from the University of Denver Strum College of Law.
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