Amanda Latham is a Managing Director, Business Development at Human Capital Solutions.
Amanda has extensive leadership experience in strategic marketing, client services, business development, and also impressive accomplishments as an entrepreneur. Amanda has successfully supported a dynamic list of more than 30 companies (Small cap to Fortune 500’s), as a devoted strategic partner and collaborator across a variety of industries from Life Sciences, Industrials, to Technology and beyond. Amanda is a continued driver of relationship growth with a keen eye and genuine interest for understanding people and their needs, while creating and implementing diverse and value-added consulting and talent solutions.
Amanda’s background is deeply rooted in integrated communications where she led agencies and teams, connecting business strategy with brand marketing strategy, to meet ever-changing audience and business market demands. Amanda acquired her International MBA in Europe to further her multicultural, diversity and inclusivity perspectives, as well as sharpen her global business acumen and collaborate with colleagues from around the world.
Throughout her career, Amanda supports the positioning of the most qualified/ideal candidates within specific leadership roles – which is paramount to establishing and sustaining the fiscal, cultural, and brand health of competitive companies. Amanda brings fresh international subject matter expertise to the HCS team, with a continued focus on business partnership development, while strategically and effectively aligning high-performing talent with high-growth companies.
Amanda and her family reside in the Raleigh, NC area. She is a recent Leadership Raleigh Alumni, a Chamber of Commerce program – preparing the leaders of tomorrow and working to develop and encourage community involvement opportunities by identifying and supporting nonprofits. Amanda is also a guest speaker for NC State University graduate and undergraduate business programs.
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