Amanda Catton-Johnson comes to NEO Philanthropy with several years of non-profit experience. After working as an Accounts Payable Representative for Habitat for Humanity, she gained further experience working for Social Science Research Council and Societe Culinaire Philanthropique.

Amanda earned her B.A. from Temple University, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and has volunteered for animal shelters and meal prep organizations for over a decade.

In her free time, Amanda enjoys dancing, theatre, photography, and live music.


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Introducing NEO’s New Strategic Plan

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