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Hawaiʻi State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Amanda Pump

Amanda Pump
Chief Program Officer, Child & Family Service

Wednesday, June 15
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm – Roundtable – CWS

Amanda Pump is a humble yet passionate leader with extensive knowledge of the vast challenges Hawai`i families face. In her role as Chief Program Officer at Child & Family Service (CFS), she changes families lives as she helps oversee a budget of $32 million and guides the Senior Leadership Team that manages more than 50 programs statewide. With nearly two decades of experience in the human service field, Amanda specializes in some of society’s toughest issues: child abuse and neglect, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and sex abuse counseling. This knowledge allows her to make significant, positive changes in our communities.

Amanda earned a Master of Science in Human Service in 2008 and helped people both in Connecticut and North Carolina before deciding to call Hawai`i her forever home.

Over the past 12 years with CFS, she has tirelessly worked to help Hawaii people heal and advance the reach of CFS: as a Therapist in the Comprehensive Counseling and Support Services Program, a Clinical Coordinator in the Performance Department, and Program Administrator for the Healing from Trauma program. Most recently, Amanda was the Director of O`ahu Programs, managing crucial offerings within all five focus areas of the organization: Caring for Keiki, Healing from Trauma, Empowering Youth, Honoring Kūpuna, and Social Enterprises.

Amanda’s fierce dedication to the people of Hawai`i doesn’t stop in the office. She regularly participates in fundraising events, advocacy and volunteer opportunities. She currently serves on several nonprofit Board of Directors and in leadership and in advisory roles. Amanda was recently selected as PBN 40 Under 40 Class of 2022.

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