Amanda Earl is a Senior Associate at GBAO, where she oversees survey sampling, administration, weighting and analysis; studies geographic and demographic voting trends; produces client deliverables, and manages focus group development. She has handled quantitative and qualitative projects for the election of Democrats up and down the ballot including Governor Laura Kelly (KS), Senator Ben Ray Luján (NM), Rep. Colin Allred (TX-32), and Rep. Teresa Leger Fernandez (NM-3), and the approval of initiatives in California and Nebraska. She has worked on large-scale projects for organizations such as the DCCC, AFL-CIO, Badger State Research, and the E Pluribus Unum Fund.

Before joining GBAO, she worked with the Analytics Team at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research. In that role, she maintained public opinion databases, and created statistical outputs and visualizations for client presentations.

Amanda graduated from Tulane University Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science. While in school she also interned and volunteered for a variety of campaigns and officeholders in Washington D.C., New Orleans, and her home state of New Jersey.