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Amanda Szekely

Senior Advocacy Partnerships Manager

Amanda Szekely is a Senior Technical Assistance Specialist at ZERO TO THREE, where her work is focused on advancing state policies that support the well-being of infant and toddlers, including: early care and education, health and mental health, and family support services. In this role, Ms. Szekely provides technical assistance to state decision-makers and advocates on their infant-toddler policy priorities, facilitates the work of state-level planning groups, and develops research-based state policy resources.

Ms. Szekely previously managed the national partnership strategy for ZERO TO THREE’s Think Babies advocacy initiative. Prior to joining ZERO TO THREE, Ms. Szekely worked at the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, where she designed and carried out policy consultation projects to inform governors’ early childhood policy agendas. Ms. Szekely has a bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University and a Master’s in Public Policy from Georgetown University.