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Amanda Muir

Amanda Muir

Amanda Muir is a principal and head of Education Savings Group in Vanguard Retail Investor Group and a member of the Specialized Retail Programs senior management team. As head of Education Savings, Amanda leads an 80-person organization that serves state 529 plan sponsors and individual 529 account owners.

Additionally, Amanda plays an active role in the Women’s Initiative for Leadership Success (WILS) employee resource group and supports Vanguard’s efforts with talent oversight and development. She’s also the chair of the Arizona Hometown Grants program, which aims to financially support local organizations that help families break the cycle of poverty.

Before her current role, Amanda served in several capacities in Vanguard Flagship Services®, serving high-net-worth individuals and families. She first joined Vanguard in 2007 and has been a member of the Vanguard leadership team since 2008.

Amanda earned her undergraduate degree from The University of Arizona and her M.B.A. from Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business.

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