Amanda Goodman is a proverbial citizen of the world, having been born in South Africa, attended school and university in the United States, lived and worked in England and found a place to call home in Australia. Amanda is the Head of Syndication and a Director of the Giant Leap Fund at Impact Investment Group, a boutique impact fund manager in Australia. Previously, she was Head of Communal Planning at JCA, an organization responsible for supporting the New South Wales Jewish community through fundraising and planning on behalf of 22 member organizations. Prior to joining the JCA, Amanda worked with the LJCB Investment Group, a diversified investment vehicle owned by the Melbourne-based Liberman family. Before moving to Australia, Amanda worked for a London-based private equity firm focusing on early-stage technology investments. She also worked for Goldman Sachs in their Investment Banking division in both London and New York. Amanda has a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University and a Master of Applied Finance from Macquarie. She is a board director of The Observership Program and Stand Up, and sits on steering committees for the Impact Investment Forum (part of the Responsible Investment Association of Australia) and the Giving Forum.