Meet the Tiedemann team
Our commitment to our clients is solidified in our structure as a partnership. From the start, the firm was set up to hand down equity to future generations of Tiedemann employees. Being independent and responsible to ourselves alone allows us to fully invest in our clients.
Amanda has direct responsibility for managing client relationships. She works closely with clients to understand their goals and objectives; manage their investments, including impact investing; and integrate their investment strategy, philanthropy, and estate planning into a cohesive wealth management plan.
Amanda joined Tiedemann when the Firm merged with Threshold Group, where she was a Wealth Advisor and Director of Family Office and Client Experience, helping family offices and multi-generational families develop strategies for growing and protecting their wealth. Prior to joining Threshold in 2006, Amanda was a Director of Finance for Corinthian Colleges and an auditor for both KPMG and the State of Washington.
Certificates and memberships include:
- Certified Public Accountant
- Member, Seattle Estate Planning Council
- Board Member, Kids Discovery Museum of Bainbridge Island
- National Board of Advisors, Washington State University Carson College of Business
- Certified Financial Planner™ professional
She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting, with honors, from Washington State University. Born and raised in Washington, Amanda resides on Bainbridge Island, Washington, with her husband and two children.