Amanda Jackson Mott joins Icicle Creek as Director of Philanthropy. With Icicle she combines her experience in community-centered philanthropy and the utilization of the Arts as a catalyst for community empowerment and partnership building. Amanda has over 25 years’ experience in the nonprofit sector, most recently serving as Executive Director of Methow Arts Alliance for 13 years and statewide through nonprofit advocacy and creative industry leadership. She has served as Vice Chair for the Washington State Arts Commission under Governor Jay Inslee, Vice President, Board and Committee Membership with Icicle Fund since 2014, Board Member of Artist Trust, Okanogan Economic Alliance and the Twisp Economic Revitalization Committee.
Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Colorado College and a Master of Arts degree from The University of Chicago in Social Service Administration, Public Policy and Practice. She lives in the Methow Valley with her husband, 9-year-old daughter, chickens and cats and enjoys exploration, cooking, being outdoors and good conversation. You can contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org, 509-548-6347 ext. 42, or on her cell, 509-341-4413.