Amanda Fisher, Vice-Chair
Amanda Fisher was born and raised right here in the metro Detroit area. After graduating from the University of Michigan with a degree in marketing and advertising, Amanda founded her own public relations and event production company. Amanda Fisher Productions (AFP) focused on working with for-impact organizations or companies that gave back to the community through many avenues. AFP served clients such as Sound Board at Motor City Casino, American Cancer Society and in 2013 helped establish the All Star Hoops Festival and Gala, which brought together some of the biggest names in the NBA to support Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation, Detroit Police Athletic League, and Gleaners Community Food Bank. In its first year, the event raised more than $100,000 for its mission of care, research, advocacy and education for children's health. Most recently Amanda stretched her entrepreneurial legs by entering in the real estate field and joining the firm Hall and Hunter Realtors.
Amanda's service to the community involves numerous volunteering roles for organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Detroit Institute of Art and as co-chair of JARC. In recognition of her dedication to tzedakah and the family's shared mission, Amanda was recently confirmed as the newest Trustee of the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation.