Amanda S. Lee
Silver Spring, MD, Office
Amanda coordinates the management of project life cycles from contributing to the strategic planning process, researching and analyzing project performance to providing insights and implementation on deliverables.
Amanda is a Project Manager at Laisar providing operational support such as building relations with project stakeholders, tracking timelines, preparing, reviewing, and maintaining project documentation and reports. Amanda works closely with the Analysts and Executive Management to help manage business processes from a holistic perspective.
Amanda received her Bachelor of Arts in Africana Studies and minor in Health and Society from Wellesley College in 2017. She has served as a research assistant and the first lab manager for the AAC&U award-winning Interdisciplinary Research Group on Privacy/Coleman Research Lab, in addition to serving as an event and communications manager for the Summer Institutes in Computational Social Science’s partner location sponsored by Howard University and Mathematica in 2021.
Before joining Laisar, she worked as an ophthalmic technician at the Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, while studying business and data analytics.
Computational Social Science
“The Future of Computational Social Science is Black” about SICSS-Howard/Mathematica 2021, the first Summer Institute in Computational Social Science held at a Historically Black College or University.
Amanda served as a research assistant and lab manager in the AAC&U award-winning, Berkeley based Interdisciplinary Research Group on Privacy under PhD Candidate Naniette Coleman. Amanda served as an Event and Communications Assistant for SICSS-Howard/Mathematica 2021, focusing on event planning, tech support, and background research.