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oversaw the building's transformation
a big city:' she said, explaining why
in six months from vacant, cold and
she chose to live in Birmingham. "I
dark to a vibrant, lively, clean office
love when I can have a busy weekend
building for 400 Trott & Trott employ- and never need to drive my car. I live
ees.
within waking distance to some of my
'Amanda treats the building as if it
good friends, which I missed when I
were her own," said Scott Goldstein,
was in Boston."
Trott & Trott chief financial officer.
Shabbat dinner with family and
"She's keenly aware of the day-to-day
friends caps her week.
activity!"
Warner is
The first year of a
thrilled to be a
"I wanted to give mentor and board
new building has its
challenges, he said,
member for Jewish
to the Mentor
"but all of our employ-
Family Service
ees would be unaware
of Metropolitan
Connection more Detroit's
of the complex solu-
Mentor
tions taking place
Connection.
than just service
behind the scenes
She also is book
under Amanda's direc-
club chair of
as a mentor."
tion."
Hadassah's Amit
He described her as
Amanda Warner chapter.
professional, versatile
Warner is
and well versed in all
supportive of
facets of building man-
Federation's Young
agement.
Adult Division and its many initia-
Warner also leads REDICO's
tives for young adults to mingle and
Sustainable Practice Group. She
find their niche in Jewish life. But it's
focuses on environmental issues. "I am not the only opportunity for young
personally interested in how the green adults to connect and get involved, she
concept impacts new developments
stressed.
because environmental initiatives will
She recounts how joining the
become required, not optional, for my
Mentor Connection Advisory Board
generation of real estate leaders; she
was a pleasant surprise. The catalyst
said.
for approaching this organization
Warner earned a bachelor of science was her involvement with Jewish Big
degree in communication studies in
Brother Big Sister in Boston.
2001 from the University of Michigan.
"I wanted to give to the Mentor
At Boston U, she earned a master of
Connection more than just service as
science degree in corporate public
a mentor;' she said. "It never hurts to
relations and applied communications. ask — so I asked about the Advisory
Booard, met the program director for
Moving Back
lunch and became the board's newest
In Boston, she found a Jewish commu- and youngest member by that after-
nity that is fragmented and synagogue noon."
based. She volunteered as a Jewish Big
Sister from 2003-2006. In 2004, she
served as a JCC Maccabi Games com-
mittee co-chair. "There isn't a lot of
community cohesion, which I missed:'
Name: Amanda Warner
Age: 29
she said. "Also, the young adult popula-
tion is very transient, so friends were
Residence: Birmingham
always coming or going."
Employer: REDICO, Farmington
There's something to be said for
Hills
living where you grew up. "With
Family: parents Linda and
my office in Farmington Hine,' the
Allen Warner, Farmington Hills.
Sister Valerie Warner, 23, of
1997 North Farmington High School
Washington, D.C.
graduate said, "I feel like the unofficial
Education: North Farmington
ambassador for the area if someone
needs directions or a restaurant rec-
High School, 1997; University
of Michigan, 2001; Boston
ommendation!'
University, 2002.
Metro Detroit has everything if you
Synagogue: Adat Shalom,
are willing to look beyond the negative
hype, she said. "A walkable community
Farmington Hills
was important to me after living in





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