Market Research Manager, New Hope Network
Amanda Hartt has been working in the natural products industry for almost six years since completing a Master’s degree in food policy, nutrition and sustainability, which pivoted her career and skill sets to researching and analyzing the shifting policies and business practices dictating the structure of food systems.
As a professional researcher with prior work experiences in community development, namely as a Peace Corps Volunteer, Amanda advocates for and supports brands affecting positive change through their supply chains that help disenfranchised producers solve persistent health, environmental and social issues.
Amanda currently works as a market research manager for the NEXT Data and Insights team within the New Hope Network in Boulder, Colorado.
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