Former Permanent Author
Amanda Panella was a Permanent Author at A Path for Europe. Her areas of interest include policy innovation, international security, terrorism, and right-wing extremism.
She has graduated with a Master of International Affairs from the Hertie School in Berlin (Germany), a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia (United States). She also graduated with a certificate from the VCU Globe program which focuses on developing intercultural communication and global leadership skills. Amanda currently works as a Project Assistant at Adelphi and as a Researcher on political violence at ACLED. She previously worked as a Research Assistant for the CoronaNet Project and as a Project Assistant at Apolitical where she formulated policy notes and briefing documents on innovation in the public service. Prior to moving to Berlin, Amanda interned as a Budget Formulation Research Assistant with the U.S. Department of the Treasury in the Bureau of the Fiscal Service and as a Writer for anti-poverty NGO, the Borgen Project. She also worked on political campaigns in her home town of Richmond, Virginia. Amanda is fluent in English, speaks intermediate level German, and has basic knowledge in French.