eNthusaProve CEO Amanda Parker

Amanda Parker is an engineer with a knack for helping teams collaborate effectively and realize their greatest aspirations.  She has worked for over 10 years in industrial and technical settings, facilitating teams through process improvement and capability development projects. Amanda loves to explore new processes with an inquisitive eye for seeing possibilities for teams to thrive.

Amanda works with leaders and teams in the following areas:

Gamification Consultant.  Amanda develops tailored games to demonstrate work processes and work environments in a fun and engaging way.  These games drive real business results of developing common process understanding, improving team communications, and building trust.

Facilitator and Team Educator.  Amanda facilitates team development and problem solving through experiential teaching methods, and developing other facilitators’ abilities.  Amanda develops custom training solutions for improving communication, project risk management, and visual presentation techniques.

Insight Gatherer.  Amanda enjoys peering into data to find statistically significant trends to help teams learn from their process data.  She quickly finds meaningful relationships in qualitative and quantitative data, presenting it in fresh ways.

Amanda has worked with diverse customers as CEO and Partner at eNthusaProve.  Her qualifications include Project Management Professional (PMP), Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, and an administrator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).

Amanda holds a Master’s Degree in industrial engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Kansas State University.  She spends her free time with her husband and son working on and driving their 1966 Mustang.  Amanda is actively involved in her community as Vice Chair and Still Missed Project Lead of The Still Remembered Project.  Also, she teaches and develops ministry leaders at her church and encourages students as a judge for regional and international science fairs.