Amanda Fisher is an avid Detroit philanthropist and successful residential real estate agent at Max Broock Birmingham. Born and raised in the Metro Detroit area, Amanda has an unwavering passion for helping families living in Southeast Michigan. After graduating from the University of Michigan with a specialized degree in marketing and communications, Amanda founded the public relations and event production company, Amanda Fisher Productions (AFP). AFP’s mission was to assist for-impact organizations or companies with their philanthropic goals, such as the American Cancer Society, Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, Detroit Police Athletic League and Gleaners Community Food Bank. Amanda’s numerous philanthropic passions include leadership roles for organizations such as Child Safe, Starfish Family Services, Jewish News Foundation and Council of Michigan Foundations.
Amanda is a vice-chair and trustee of the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, where she also serves on committees for Impact Investing and Early Childhood Development. Most recently, Amanda became a board member of City Year Detroit, where she focuses on supporting students at Gompers Elementary in Brightmoor as well as the entire Detroit Public School system. Amanda’s growing social justice interests, as well as her growing success professionally, continue to be fueled by her mission of helping Detroit families succeed now and for many years to come.