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Amanda Gronich

Amanda is an Emmy-nominated writer and a co-creator of "The Laramie Project."

Amanda Gronich is an Emmy-nominated writer who has developed and scripted dozens of hours of television programming for networks including National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, WEtv, Travel Channel, Science Channel and Fine Living. Over a ten-year career, Amanda became the Supervising Senior Writer at Hoff Productions and worked as a lead series writer at National Geographic Television. Prior to her work in television, Amanda trained at NYU and performed as an actor in both theater and film. She also became a charter member of Tectonic Theater Project, where she directed the company’s Toronto production of Moisés Kaufman’s Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde. Amanda was a member of the original group of theater artists who traveled to Wyoming and co-created The Laramie Project. Currently, Amanda teaches graduate-school non-fiction storytelling at City College New York and works as a dramaturg and development consultant.