Amanda Hallauer

Watershed Manager at City of Atlanta

Amanda has been with the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management since 2017 in the Office of Watershed Protection’s Environmental Planning group. In the position of Watershed Manager, she is responsible for advancing plans, policies, and projects involving green infrastructure as part of DWM’s stormwater management program. Amanda has overseen the issuance and use of innovative Environmental Impact Bond financing to implement restoration and resilient projects on the City’s Westside, including integrating green infrastructure into existing City Parks and creating new community greenspaces that achieve multiple environmental and community benefits. Prior to working for the City, she spent 14 years as a Project Manager with planning firm D. R. Horne & Company, based in Washington, DC, assisting private landowners, families, and institutions to develop long-term strategies for protection and sustainable use of ecologically and culturally important properties, neighborhoods, and watersheds that achieve dual environmental and economic objectives. Amanda has a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, where she was a Doris Duke Conservation Fellow and NSF Fellow, and a B.S. from Tulane University.


Solving Multiple Policy Goals with Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Parks

Tuesday, June 25
10:15 AM - 11:30 AM