Amanda Sullins

Chief of Staff

asullins@txculturaltrust.org

Amanda Sullins, a dedicated community and non-profit leader, joins Texas Cultural Trust after leading the Arlington ISD Education Foundation as their Executive Director. Shortly after university graduation, Amanda returned to her hometown to serve as an advocate for public education in the schools that served her well. Amanda championed the mission of empowering student success by developing and executing programming to provide resources for enhanced, innovative, and creative learning opportunities. She was honored to manage all facets of the organization serving as the trusted Board liaison, operations leader, and organization spokesperson. In addition to her advocacy for public educators, Amanda served other community organizations with an emphasis on poverty intervention including the Arlington area Salvation Army Advisory Board, and Arlington Downtown Rotary. She served the business community as a Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce member.

Before her work in Arlington, Amanda interned for United States Senator Jim Inhofe in his Oklahoma City district office. Amanda is a proud graduate of the University of Oklahoma and holds a degree in Advertising with a minor in Nonprofit Studies from the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.