Amanda Pérez Montoute
Amanda Pérez Montoute is a Development Assistant at the Institute for Sustainable Communities. In this role, she will be assisting with tracking opportunities, researching prospects, preparing proposals and reports as well as maintaining knowledge systems and administration. She will also be maintaining fundraising appeal production and Salesforce/CRM systems, support donor stewardship, as well as track pre- and post- award funder deadlines, requirements, and reporting.
Prior to joining ISC, Amanda was at the Diplomatic and Consular Officers Retired (DACOR), where she managed the organization’s monthly newsletter, coordinated programs, conferences, and receptions, assisted in preparing the organization’s annual conference as well as developed membership recruitment and retention. Prior to DACOR, Amanda was at the Professional Law Enforcement Association (PLEA), where she was primarily responsible for the organization’s administrative and clerical duties as well as assisted in various project collaboration across all levels of the organization.
Amanda holds a master’s degree in International Development Studies with a concentration in Conflict Resolution and Gender at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Political Science from Florida International University. Being originally from Puerto Rico, she is fluent in English and Spanish.