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Amanda Anderson

Amanda Anderson

Senior Account Supervisor

Amanda Anderson is a native Nashvillian, former journalist and life-long hockey fan. Her passion is website design, development and Search Engine Optimization. She also specializes in strategic outreach initiatives, media relations and online marketing campaigns.

Anderson began her career as a reporter for The City Paper. There she developed a strong interest in education policy, which led to her position as Deputy Director of Communications for the Tennessee Department of Education in 2008. She was appointed Director of Communications less than two years later. During that time she helped manage strategic communications related to the department’s $500 million federal Race to the Top grant aimed at improving student achievement across the state.

She joined Lovell Communications from Saint Thomas Health, one of the largest health care systems in Middle Tennessee with more than 7,000 associates. There she served as Communications Coordinator and directed strategic outreach initiatives, created an online newsroom, maintained relationships with local and national media outlets and invigorated the social media strategy for the health system’s family of five hospitals, physician practices and clinics.

Anderson graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications. She is a member of the Nashville Predators’ Loyal Legion.

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