Amanda Tannor balances the end-to-end client engagement process for several different accounts, produces business development events in New York City for current and prospective clients, and designs and facilitates a wide variety of client workshops.

Amanda has become proficient in enabling small businesses to operate and grow and finds it rewarding to work with compassionate and motivated people.  She previously worked for American Express in the Small Business Card business unit, initially as a marketing analyst supporting digital acquisition, and then as manager of business planning for the VP of Brand Strategy and Innovation. In that capacity, she was a POAL client, and yes, she got poached (with the full support of all involved!).

Amanda holds a Bachelors degree in business administration from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, and is currently pursuing advanced training to become a certified professional co-active coach at the Coaches Training Institute, one of the oldest and largest coaching programs in the world. She will complete her certification in 2019.

Amanda is an avid University of Michigan sports fan (Go Blue!) and enjoys reading, going to every Broadway show she can nab tickets to and exploring new restaurants and activities.  Faced with NYC’s overheated offices, apartments and venues, she carries a fan with her wherever she goes.