A project manager by trade, Amy Mandrier has extensive experience leading large teams to produce results. She has built countless project timelines, managed complex multi-million dollar budgets, led teams to achieve common goals and managed a myriad of vendors. She is a performance-driven operations leader with a passion for turning chaos into organization. Amy has over 13 years of experience in project management, software implementation and client services. She has experience providing leadership to drive strategic direction, including enterprise-wide process standardization and enhanced service delivery.
A recipient of the North Bay Business Journal Forty under 40 award, Amy is passionate about her work in and out of the office. She volunteers in many local community groups and has served in several chair positions on the planning committee for Wine, Women, and Shoes – Sonoma County from 2013-2015, raising over $1.5M for the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County. Amy is also an active participant on the ANSI (American National Standards Institute) US Tag (Technical Advisory Group). The group was first tasked with developing the world’s first international project management standard (ISO 21500), published in 2012. Now Amy is contributing to the development of the Vocabulary standard through the ANSI US Tag.
Amy resides in Sonoma County. In her spare time, you will find her in the kitchen with her wine-loving husband, traveling anywhere and everywhere, or spending time with her energetic daughter and sweet, old pug.