Amanda Jones, Esq
Amanda brings over 25 years of experience as a financial advisor/portfolio manager and 12 years as an attorney, to serving her client’s commercial real estate needs. She has extensive experience in working with clients to define their investment objectives and source opportunities that will meet those objectives.
Amanda has honed her expertise in commercial real estate by working as in-house counsel for an industrial developer. She gained experience in negotiating lease and sales contracts, overseeing and coordinating environmental investigations and remediation, land use issues and analyzing the value of commercial real estate for potential acquisition.
A graduate of NYU Film School, prior to attending Rutgers University Law School, Amanda worked in public relations for the film and publishing industries. She planned and managed regional and international commercial real estate conferences for Commercial Property News, a real estate industry trade magazine that prevailed in the 1990s.
In 2016 Amanda founded and now serves as President of Jewish Mothers and Children, JMAC. A 501c3 Public Charity, Jewish organization dedicated to supporting Jewish Mothers and Children within the community. She also is a supporter of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital dedicated to eradicating childhood cancers and supporting families with Children afflicted with cancer.
A lifelong fitness enthusiast, Amanda is an avid CrossFitter, powerlifter and amateur bodybuilder. She is a technology and engineering buff and well known for her Challah baking. She is a resident of Livingston where she raised three young adult children.