Amanda Wyma-Bradley is a senior policy advisor on transportation issues for US Senator Patty Murray. Amanda has worked on Capitol Hill for several years overseeing a broad portfolio of issues. Prior to her legislative work in Senator Murray’s office Amanda worked as an assistant for US Representative Adam Smith (WA-09).
Amanda is originally from Washington State and holds a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in political science and communications from Seattle Pacific University.
Stacey Crawshaw-Lewis is a partner at Pacifica Law Group, and serves as bond counsel to municipalities, state agencies and other issuers in financing a wide range of community and regional projects. She is frequently retained to advise county, city, and other municipal clients on the range of revenue options available under federal and state law, including for financing passenger ferry and other transit facilities. Stacey has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America in Public Finance Law for more than 10 years, including selection as Lawyer of the Year in Public Finance Law in Seattle for 2017. She has served on the board of directors for the National Association of Bond Lawyers. Stacey was awarded the National Association of Bond Lawyers (NABL) 2020 Carlson Prize for her work as the lead author of the article “Practical Considerations in Electronic Disclosure by State and Municipal Bond Issuers” that was published in the 2020 Spring issue of The Bond Lawyer and the 2019 Fall edition of the Municipal Finance Journal. Stacey graduated from Brown University, magna cum laude, including a general course at the London School of Economics, and received her JD from the University of Washington, JD, with high honors, Order of the Coif (Washington Law Review, Managing Editor, Judge Lawless Award).