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Amanda Millin

Associate Managing Editor, RobbReport.com

As the associate managing editor of RobbReport.com, Amanda Millin helps oversee all the content that is published on the website, editing and writing across all categories. She also spearheads Robb Report’s eNewsletters and works closely with the magazine's social media outlets. Millin began her career with an M.S. in book and magazine publishing from Pace University, New York, and was previously at Angeleno, a regional celebrity and luxury-lifestyle magazine in Los Angeles. Before entering the magazine world, she worked at the Santa Barbara Daily Sound, a daily newspaper on California’s central coast, and at the publisher W. W. Norton & Company, where she focused on titles in the architecture and psychology categories. Outside of her professional endeavors, Millin is an avid adventure traveler and athlete.

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