Amanda Snashall

Director IDTC

Amanda currently leads the Intelledox Digital Transformation Centre, reengineering processes though the application of LEAN process improvement techniques and agile eForm development to improve service delivery across the University.

Amanda has significant experience as a Project Manager, Business Analyst and Solution Developer both within the private and public sectors.  Before her tenure at the ANU, Amanda worked at Connell Wagner (now Aurecon) engaged on projects spanning from the implementation of large-scale civil/military infrastructure through to the design and development of inter-departmental information and communications technology systems. Her subsequent engagement at SEE-Change saw her develop multiple projects surrounding community renewable energy initiatives and begin the implementation of a large scale community solar energy generator within Canberra.

During 2014, Amanda managed the design, development and successful deployment of a custom built enterprise wide Electronic Records Management System for the ANU, including delivery of a significant records digitisation and migration program. Since 2015, Amanda has been integrally involved in design and development of multiple award winning, fully-integrated, enterprise-wide solutions for the University through her work at the Intelledox Digital Transformation Centre.

Amanda is a PRINCE2 Practitioner, holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and a Bachelor of Information Technology, and studies a PhD in Materials Engineering at the ANU.