Amanda Campen is a senior manager in CohnReznick’s Government practice focusing on state government consulting. Based in the Austin office, she has over seven years of experience in project management, compliance, and auditing, serving in roles focused on program and grant management, disaster recovery, grant and contract management, legal and regulatory analysis, and business process improvement for state government agencies. Her other areas of expertise include financial and performance reporting, as well as procurement and contracting.
Prior to joining CohnReznick, Amanda was the Bureau Chief of Recovery for the Florida Executive Office of the Governor, Division of Emergency Management. In this role, she managed all Recovery operations in the State of Florida, implementing both Federal and State disaster recovery grant programs aimed at individual disaster survivors and local governments. This includes Public Assistance, Individual Assistance, Direct Housing programs, and various agricultural USDA Disaster Recovery block grants. Amanda’s most notable activations include the Orlando Pulse Night Club Shooting, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Michael, the NAS Pensacola Terrorist Attack, and most recently the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amanda is a proud alumna of the George Washington University, where she graduated with a BA in Political Science, and the Florida State University College of Law, where she received her JD.
B.A., Political Science, George Washington University
JD, Florida State University College of Law